Check the most complete list of drone film festivals available around the world to aerial filmmakers, cinematographers using drones and drone enthusiasts!
In recent years, drones have opened up a whole new world of photography & filming, for professional cinematographers and consumers alike.
2015 has seen a huge growth in drone-related film festivals, a direct consequence of the massively growing popularity drones are getting around the world.
Drone Films, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Films, Aerial Films, or Flying Camera Robot Films – call them what you will – are becoming a widely recognized niche in the cinema industry, and dedicated festivals are spreading.
We have listed here the biggest Drone Film Festivals – but we also included all the new drone festivals on the market that we have heard about.
We want to contribute to this rising trend in cinematography, and to encourage the adoption of drones as innovative tools for tellinga story through images, promoting these film festivals as platforms for aerial filmmakers to showcase their work.
If you are a cinematographer using drones or a drone enthusiast flyer skilled in aerial cinematography, the list of drone film festivals below will help you on your road to success.
Or you can simply use this list to get access to beautiful films and shorts! Watch the best drone films – the winners of each festival – in the videos below!
Let us know if we are missing a drone film festival from the list. If you have attended any and have something to say about it, let us know that too!
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