Maricopa City Hall is 2020 CSFF location

Maricopa City Hall is 2020 CSFF location

Maricopa City Manager Rick Horst recently approved Maricopa City Hall as the 2020 college/professional Copa Shorts Film Fest location on November 7-8. Our 2019 festival was a great venue for showing films, mingling and partying.We thank the City of Maricopa – both...
Copa Shorts Film Fest 2020 Submissions Coming Up!

Copa Shorts Film Fest 2020 Submissions Coming Up!

August 26, 2019 is coming sooner than you think!  That’s the date to start entering your short films or short screenplays for the 2020 festivals on https://filmfreeway.com/CopaShortsFilmFest We can’t wait to see your creativity.   You have time to complete...
Student Volunteers Recognized Before School Board

Student Volunteers Recognized Before School Board

COPA Shorts Film Fest would like to extend our appreciation for each of the 22 volunteers who helped make our February 2019 festival possible. On April 24, 2019 eight of our volunteers received special recognition during the MUSD (Maricopa Unified School District)...
1st Renewed Sponsor!

1st Renewed Sponsor!

Copa Shorts Film Fest is proud to announce that Ahwatukee Realty, our very first sponsor, has renewed its sponsorship forthe 2019-2020 program. This support makes the magic happen for our film festival: the filmmaker educational workshops, the films, the technical...
CSFF 2019 Middle & High School Winners Are…

CSFF 2019 Middle & High School Winners Are…

Middle School category winner, Smell the Roses, and High School category winner, The Existential Crisis of Maxwell Anderson, received awards. The special winners were: Kaden Rogers (4th from left) with family and Educator Joe Szoltysik (2nd from right) Special...