MAKE PLANS NOW FOR DIGIFEST 2020! *New Dates* August 21, 22, 23, 2020! Submissions Open June 15 - July 10. To accommodate any creators affected by COVID-19

JDS Creative Academy has reinvented what the City of Temecula recognized as the International Temecula Film and Music Festival into what is now referred to as DigiFestR Temecula. DigiFestR Temecula is a vehicle for the community and region to come together and experience digital media in many creative and artistic forms. DigifestR Temecula is also a place to learn about industry advancements, how to pursue a career in the industry, and how to incorporate digital arts into the economic culture.

DigifestR also acknowledges talent in the industry at all levels and ages, incorporating 6th-12th graders, amateurs, and professionals.

The 4th annual 3-Day DigiFestR event will be held August 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 2020, at JDS Creative Academy, Temeku Cinemas and Temecula City Hall. Attendees will enjoy digital gallery exhibits, renowned industry speakers, workshops, screenings, and a grand finale awards banquet where they will have opportunities to share insights and gain knowledge from our Industry Panelists. DigifestR also offered a competition aspect to the festival with a unique opportunity for students, amateurs and professionals to present their exceptional digital work in several digital mediums. Entry categories include: Films (30 minutes and under), Animation, Website Design, Fine Art & Illustration, Gaming, Photography, Music and Podcasts. Submissions open thru July 10, 2020. Click here to submit to DigiFest Temecula 2020!

In response to COVID-19:
DigiFest Temecula 2020 will take place on the weekend of August 21st, 22nd, and 23rd. As we continue to work through some of the challenges we are presented within our current circumstances, we would love some feedback to further access our event as a whole! Please click the link here.

  • DigiFest 2019 - Competition Meets Conference!

  • Screenings

  • Workshops

  • Industry Speakers

  • Awards Banquet

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