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Oceanside International Film Festival Virtual Streaming

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The OIFF Committee thanks you for joining us online, as the official lineup of films for #OIFF2020 is featured on the Virtual Streaming Platform, Eventive! Passes are on presale now with programs available for home viewing for one week between Saturday, August 15th & Sunday, August 22nd. For more info, please visit

Oceanside International Film Festival 2020 Trailer

The Committee of the Oceanside Intl Film Festival would like to proudly announce its first ever virtual event, as the official line up of films for #OIFF2020 is hosted on festival streaming platform, Eventive. OIFF 2020 features over 45 local and foreign independent films from countries throughout the world, including; Turkey, Japan, Italy, Russia, Mexico, Peru, Vietnam and Ireland. The online festival features 8 specially curated film blocks of various cinematic themes, as well as 4 stand alone feature film presentations. Moviegoers can find our full line up of films, as well as links to purchases virtual admission on Eventive on the festival's official website: osidefilm.orgTickets are on pre-sale now with programs available for home viewing for one full week starting 12:00pm on Saturday, August 15th & ending 12:00am Sunday, August 22nd. Attendees of the virtual event will have the choice of purchasing tickets for individual screenings for $10 or unlocking All Festival Content at once with a 2020 Full Fest Pass for $35. A Full Fest Pass can be Pre-orered on Eventive: you've obtained a pass, you may view and choose between OIFF 2020's full catalog of content here, which can of course be watched on Computer, Phone, Tablet or on your Smart TV with the Eventive Roku & Apple TV Apps! (Search Your App Store for their Channel)To learn more about the festival or its previous editions, you again can visit the festival's website at & follow us on all social media:Facebook: @osidefilmInstagram: @osidefilmSee You at the Movies, #Oside! | City of Oceanside – Government Visit Oceanside City of Oceanside Public Library KOCT – North County's Channel Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation

Posted by Oceanside Intl Film Festival on Friday, August 7, 2020

OCAF announced that it is retiring Oceanside Days of Art

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Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation announced that it is retiring Oceanside Days
of Art in its current format.

The OCAF Executive Board voted unanimously to reformat ODA from its current
two-day event in April to a series of smaller events spaced throughout the entire
year. This will reflect the exciting changes occurring in the Oceanside arts

Oceanside Days of Art came about as a result of an OpEd in the Oceanside local
paper which stated that Oceanside was a “…cultural wasteland.” City leaders Dr.
Keith Broman, Carol and Randy Mitchell and Eli Sanchez decided to prove this
incorrect. After two years of planning and meetings the first Oceanside Day of Art
was held in and around the Oceanside Civic Center on Saturday, April 24, 1993. It
was a juried fine arts festival celebrating both the visual and performing arts and
artists in Oceanside and the surrounding communities. It was so successful that
within 3 years it became the two-day event, and for 26 years OCAF continued
presenting its fine arts festival in April.

Oceanside Days of Art will not be the large once-a-year event it has been
historically. However, through the Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation, it will
continue on a more frequent, smaller scale, to promote and support the fine arts,
both visual and performing. It will continue to provide appropriate venues to
celebrate student, avocational and professional artists.

OCAF will be introducing its first new ODA event in the near future.
For further information about Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation and its events
and activities visit

2011 OCAF Performing Arts Scholarship Winners!

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Congratulations to the 2011 OCAF Performing Arts Scholarship Winners!

    • Vista High Senior Cassie Dibbins plans to attend Utah State University this fall, working toward her degree in Music Therapy.
    • Rancho Buena Vista Senior Morgan Kathryn Reynolds will be attending Azua Pacific university this fall majoring in Music Theatre.