Sponsorship Information

Sponsorship Information


The Indie Film Wisconsin Film Festival can not happen without sponsors.


We have many opportunities for sponsorship; from basic electronic ads on the festival web page, to ads in the printed festival program, to sponsoring the Opening Night Party, Closing Night Party,  Breakfast with the filmmakers, as well as other opportunities.


Of course, there is more than one way to support the festival. We are open to barter as well.


If there are other opportunities that you would like to discuss, please do not hesitate to inquire! If we may be so bold to say so, we believe that the Indie Film Wisconsin FIlm Festival will be the best film festival the state has seen. With your help, we can make it truly an event for the ages!


Contact: indiefilmwisconsinff@gmail.com


Thank you for your consideration!

Here we go!

Indie Film Wisconsin has been at the forefront of discussing and championing the state’s independent film scene for over a decade.

Now comes Indie Film Wisconsin’s inaugural film festival: A celebration of the independent film making spirit, and a showcase of independent cinema and new media, not jut from Wisconsin but from the world.

The festival was founded by Indie Film Wisconsin’s creator, Wayne Clingman. From his tenure as Commissioner of the City of Racine’s cable access station, through being integral in introducing Wisconsin’s film incentive program and producing his own films, to his work on various film festivals including It Came From Lake Michigan Film Festival and Sydney, Australia’s A Night of Horror International Film Festival; Wayne’s experience in independent media creation, exhibition, and promotion is wide ranging.

Indie Film Wisconsin welcomes submissions from filmmakers, screenwriters, and new media content creators, working in all genres. We want to celebrate the unique spirit of independent film, by providing a welcoming space for filmmakers and audience members to interact an enjoy the latest in indie cinema from around the globe.

The fest’s venue is the Towne Cinema in historic Watertown, Wisconsin. Located in scenic Jefferson County, the festival takes place less than an hour’s drive from Madison and Milwaukee. Hotels, bars and restaurants are within walking distance of the cinema.