Virtual Events – March 2021

March 2, 2021

Nevermore Virtual Film Festival | Feb. 26-Mar. 4
For the 22nd year, Carolina Theatre of Durham is presenting the Nevermore Film Festival, a juried competition festival that presents brand-new feature and short films with an emphasis on horror, science fiction, dark fantasy, animation, and mystery/thrillers from around the world.
www.carolinatheatre.org

Southwest Florida Reading Festival | Mar. 1-13
This free annual Festival incites a passion for reading. Renew your interest in reading as the Festival authors are announced. Hear an author speak at the Festival and get inspired to borrow or buy the book, maybe even to write one of your own!
www.readfest.org

Climate Action Film Festival | Mar. 2-12
Brings together activists, filmmakers, and communities to witness and celebrate stories of climate action. CAFF’s mission is to amplify voices and inspire further action in addressing the climate crisis, locally and beyond.
www.suncommon.com

Las Cruces International Film Festival | Mar. 3-7
Presented by New Mexico State University and Visit Las Cruces. With over 100 fantastic movies, this year’s festival will be one of our best. We have partnered with Film Festival Flix, one of the leading film festival virtual channels.
www.lascrucesfilmfest.com

Winter Party Festival | Mar. 4-6
An annual, week-long celebration of music, dance, and community, produced to raise critical funds for the LGBTQ community. In 2021 we present an exclusive virtual experience!
www.winterparty.com

Oregon Chocolate Festival | Mar. 5
Online fun and educational demonstrations, exciting chocolate pairings with wine, cheese and beer, seminars and chocolate production behind the scenes.
www.oregonchocolatefestival.com

Sanibel Shell Festival | Mar. 5-6
It will be a blast with educational and entertaining videos, a shell photo contest, DIY shell projects, door prizes and more! With lots of social media exposure, we think it will attract a global audience of fellow shell enthusiasts like yourselves.
www.sanibelshellclub.com

Festival of the Arts Boca | Mar. 5-14
We are still bringing to you some of the worlds finest performers and artists, authors and thinkers, but this year all events are virtual, and all events are free!
www.festivalboca.org

24 Hour Virtual Theatre Festival | Mar. 6
This is a unique theatre event where short plays are student conceived, written, directed, cast, staged and performed all within an 18 hour time frame.
www.nphstheatre.org

North Texas Irish Festival | Mar. 6
Special events will include 6 concurrent livestreams of music, dancing, storytelling, cooking, dogs, horses and more. Plus, a live all-day broadcast of music and bands from Ireland.
www.ntif.org

Gasparilla Festival of the Arts | Mar. 6-7
The virtual festival will be hosted utilizing the interactive online tool, Eventeny. This platform will allow participants to view a live stream of entertainment throughout the weekend and let juried artists showcase their work to the public via online booths. We are also planning to offer other virtual components such as children’s activities, art demonstrations, and more.
www.gasparillaarts.com

Tucson Festival of Books | Mar. 6-7
The Tucson Festival of Books is a community-wide celebration of literature. Offered free-of-charge, the festival exists to improve literacy rates among children and adults. Proceeds that remain after festival expenses have been paid are contributed to local literacy programs.
www.tucsonfestivalofbooks.org

World Vibe Festival | Mar. 6-8
Global music and art festival. Connect with artists from around the world in shared moments of art, music, and community.
https://worldvibefest.com

The Rising Festival | Mar. 6-10
The festival will be virtual, supporting women to find their balance, wellness and full potential amidst the challenges of living through a global pandemic. Celebrating the 2021 International Women’s Day theme of #ChooseToChallenge, the Festival brings inspiring, globally renowned speakers, a multi-day mentorship program, engaging workshops and a masterclass series direct to your device.
www.therisingnetwork.com

Mozilla Festival | Mar. 7
MozFest is a unique hybrid: part art, tech and society convening, part maker festival, and the premiere gathering for activists in diverse global movements fighting for a more humane digital world.
www.mozillafestival.org/en

International Yoga Festival | Mar. 7-13
IYF’s program includes over 70 hours of Yoga classes from world class Yoga teachers, plus evening discussions with some of India’s leading spiritual leaders.
www.internationalyogafestival.org

The Envision Film Festival | Mar. 11-12
Honors aspiring filmmakers whose visual storytelling explores the range of human experience with hopeful vision, artistry, truthfulness and integrity.
www.envisionfilmfestival.com

Forward Festival Munich | Mar. 12-13
Forward Festival 2021 is all about the transformation of society through digitization in the creative scene. It raises questions about the virtualization of our lives and our work, especially during the “new normal”. Forward Festival wants to be an eye opener to the striking aspects of digitization applied to design, creativity and communication.
https://forward-festival.com/munich

BreathLyfe Festival: Virtual Multistyle Yoga Festival | Mar. 12-15
In the 3-day workshops and seminars, you have the opportunity to embrace the vivid style of yoga, to explore life through yogic lifestyle and uncover the secrets of how to do yoga business online and to deliver your knowledge in a proper way. The festival has unique content that covers not only topics related to yoga but also Ayurveda and yogic cooking.

Irish Festival Seattle | Mar. 13-14
Highlighting the Irish heritage of the Pacific Northwest with traditional music, step-dancing, art exhibits, genealogy workshops and Celtic handcrafts.
www.seattlecenter.com

Virginia Festival of the Book | Mar. 13-26
A program of Virginia Humanities, the Virginia Festival of the Book brings together writers and readers to promote and celebrate books, reading, literacy, and literary culture every March.
www.vabook.org

The Winter Park Sidewalk Art | Mar. 15-31
The Festival features a wide variety of fine arts and crafts in the following categories: clay, digital art, drawings & pastels, fiber-glass, graphics & printmaking, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media 2D, mixed media 3D, painting, photography, sculpture, watercolor and wood, along with a special category for Emerging Artists.
www.wpsaf.org

SXSW Music Film Interactive | Mar. 16-21
SXSW Festivals offer a unique opportunity to explore the worlds of Film, Music, and Comedy with parties, awards, screenings, and showcases. Includes keynotes, Conference sessions, Music Festival showcases, Film Festival screenings, world-class networking, and the unexpected discoveries that are always a part of SXSW.
www.sxsw.com

Environmentalist Film Festival | Mar. 18-28
The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital (DCEFF) is the world’s premier showcase of environmentally themed films since 1993.
www.dceff.org

Doko Virtual Film Fest | Mar. 20-21
High school age film makers, from the across the USA and Beyond, stimulating and entertaining a live audience with their visual story telling art. Its a place where the film makers interact with the audience and other film makers to explain their films, to receive reaction and comment on their work. At the end of the Film Fest, awards will go to the best film in each film category as well as the best Doko Film Fest film.
www.dokofilmfest.com

National Cherry Blossom Festival | Mar. 20-Apr. 11
Designed to incorporate both virtual and personal experiences, the Festival programs can be enjoyed by both residents and visitors to the Washington, DC area and fans from afar.
www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org

Festival of Marketing | Mar. 23-25
Over three days, you will hear from some of the most innovative marketing organizations and insightful marketing thought leaders. Expect a mix of provocative, practical and punchy sessions that will provide practical guidance on everyday challenges.
www.festivalofmarketing.com

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