Featuring New Films from Around the World
The Poppy Jasper International Film Festival is back with eight days of film screenings, speaker panels, awards, gala gatherings, food and fun! The 2023 event will be held from April 12-19 with feature films, documentaries, and short films created by filmmakers from around the globe.
Film screenings and other events are held at various locations in the historic downtown districts of Gilroy, Morgan Hill, Hollister, and San Juan Bautista. All of these cities are known for their vibrant arts scenes, award-winning wineries and restaurants, and welcoming small-town vibes.
Join the Celebration
To see the complete 2023 schedule and purchase passes, go to the Poppy Jasper International Film Festival website.
Sparking a Love for the Arts
PJIFF has been entertaining audiences for more than 15 years and was recognized by MovieMaker magazine as one of 20 Great Film Festivals for First-Time Filmmakers. The nonprofit organization promotes inclusion, diversity, and empowerment; educates people of all ages about filmmaking; and encourages everyone to “find their voice through film.”
Community engagement is a core value of the Poppy Jasper International Film Festival. Each year, during the run-up to the festival, PJIFF offers guided workshops geared to youths, millennials, mid-lifers, and older adults who come together and collaborate on short films, from start to finish. Their films are shown during the festival, and participants are recognized for their work.
The Poppy Jasper International Film Festival is an annual event produced by volunteers as part of Poppy Jasper, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.