The California Capital Documentary Film Festival
The Roseville Short Film Festival.
The California Capital Documentary Film Festival - is produced by The California Capital Arts Foundation and supported in part by the Measure H Community Enhancement & Investment Fund from the City of Rancho Cordova, CA
Thank you for attending and supporting the Inaugural California Capital Documentary Film Festival that took place June 10/11/12 - 2022 over three screens screening almost 50 documentary films in both long and short form.
Given this was the first year we were very happy with the way things turned out. Some of the films had capacity audiences and many of the filmmaker discussions were lively, intelligent, and enjoyed by all. We would like to give a very special Thank You to all our sponsors as we could not have done this without your support, and we look forward to continuing to work with you in 2023. Thank you!
We plan to keep the film festival going throughout the year, and are planning to screen one new, notable documentary film every month at different locations around the region. We feel that this will keep the California Capital Documentary Film Festival top of mind for everyone leading up to the next festival which will take place, in September 2023. The actual date will be announced in December 2022.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 festival.
The "Comstock's" (www.comstocksmag.com) award for "Best Festival Film" went to - Hell or Clean Water. "Runner-up Best Film" went to - After Skid Row
The SMUD (www.smud.org) award "Clean Power City Champion Film Award" for "Best Environmental Film" went to - 8 Billion Angels
The California Capital Arts Foundation award for "Best Short Film" went to - Ali and His Magic Sheep.
Congratulations to all the winners! Again, thank you for attending and supporting this film festival and we look forward to a bigger and better Documentary Film Festival in 2023 please visit www.calcapdocfest.org for information as we release it.
The Roseville Short Film Festival - is produced by the California Capital Arts Foundation in conjunction with the City of Roseville will take place across three screening locations in downtown Roseville, CA late 2023. Festival information and screening locations will be announced in December 2022.