The Siouxland Film Festival launched in 2003, and was created to promote the art of film, to encourage and support young filmmakers and bring interesting films to the Orpheum theater in Sioux City.
The festival made a point to always include short films within the selection, with a limit of 15 minutes so that the festival could show as many films as possible.
Although the festival hasn't ran for a number of years now, we'd love to see it return one day!
Siouxland Film Festival isn't the only festival that has stopped running. RESFest, Portable, Miami Latin Festival, Marfa, Made-In-Michigan, Latin American Film Festival, John Paul II, It Came From Lake Michigan, HBO Comedy Festival, Hazel Wolf, Filmstock, DocMiami, Daytona Beach Festival, Dark Carnival, CineVegas, Cardiff, Black Earth Film Festival, Big MINI, Angelus, Amelia Island, Optronica, Temecula, Big River, and Muskegon have all ended their festivals.