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The Greenwich International Film Festival


Compelling. Provocative. Thrilling. Empowering.

These are the adjectives that describe the films that play in the minds of tomorrow’s great filmmakers. Greenwich International Film Festival (GIFF) celebrates these gifted artists annually and promotes Greenwich, Connecticut, as a film and visual arts epicenter. The Festival’s supporting workshops, panels and screenings throughout the year help to cultivate a burgeoning visual arts community in Greenwich. GIFF was founded by Carina Crain, Colleen deVeer, and Wendy Stapleton Reyes to bridge the worlds of film, finance, and philanthropy. It features 60 events including film premieres and screenings, educational panels, networking events, parties, and more.


Our Mission

The mission of the Greenwich International Film Festival is to provide filmmakers with an effective platform to showcase their work with the goal of finding financing opportunities for future projects. Additionally, GIFF harnesses the power of film to serve the greater good by highlighting an important cause each year.



Set in Greenwich, an affluent community of art lovers, this carefully curated Festival connects an audience of prospective financiers, distributors and film lovers with rising stars in the film industry. Greenwich is located 45-minutes outside of Manhattan with easy access to airports and train stations.
INFO All, Greenwich, CT

Gala on the Green

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the
Fairfield Museum and History Center!

Today, the Museum is a thriving and vibrant center for history, art and education that welcomes over 30,000 visitors and has become a favorite field trip destination for over 6,000 school children each year.

As the Fairfield Museum embarks on this milestone anniversary, it is the start of an exciting next chapter. The Museum has spearheaded the revitalization of the historic Town Green campus to create a dynamic regional destination that will connect art, performance, history and community. The new center for cultural activity – The Museum Commons – will launch this summer with live theater, festivals, concerts and more!

On June 3, 2017, the Fairfield Museum will celebrate the last 10 years of success and kick-off this next phase with an event not to be missed! The Gala on the Green will welcome an A-list of guests representing leaders in the community, business and philanthropy who will:

  • Explore engaging new exhibits while sipping specialty cocktails in the Sun Tavern, Victorian Cottage and Barn;
  • Enjoy a fabulous farm-to-table dinner on the Green prepared by Chef Tim LaBant of the Schoolhouse at Cannondale, with special guest, James Beard Foundation Award-Winner, Chef Michel Nischan;
  • Close the evening with a live music performance under the stars from acclaimed musicians Brian Torff and Kent Hewitt.

To purchase tickets online, click here >>

If you would prefer to order your tickets directly with the Museum and avoid an Eventbrite processing fee, or to purchase full tables of 10 at the $2,500, $3,500 or $5,000 levels call 203-259-1598, email, or download the reply card here

INFO 7-11pm, Museum Commons at Fairfield Museum

Stamford Health Hope in Motion Walk & Run

Stamford Health Hope in Motion Walk & Run

Sunday, June 4, 2017


Gather your family and friends for the 22nd Annual Hope in Motion Walk & Run to benefit Stamford Health’s Carl & Dorothy Bennett Cancer Center. Support local cancer patients and survivors by participating in a 5K walk, 5K run or 10K run beginning in Columbus Park, downtown Stamford. Register now and find more details at www.hopeinmotion.org.

Contact: Kari Pollak, Stamford Hospital Foundation, 203-276-2554 or kpollak@stamhealth.org.


INFO AM, Columbus Park, downtown Stamford

SoNo Stroll

Please join us on June 7, 2017 for the Ninth Annual SoNo Stroll Benefit!

The SoNo Stroll Benefit is the Human Services Council’s signature fundraising event.

In its ninth year, the Stroll has become the biggest and most successful fundraiser that benefits the Human Services Council.  The SoNo Stroll kicks off at 5:30 p.m. at Mora Mora, 17 Washington Street, South Norwalk, where a cocktail reception will take place, along with live and silent auctions.  Following the reception and auctions, guests partake in a three-course meal at one of the event’s participating SoNo restaurants.

The Cocktail Reception is at 5:30 at Mora Mora, 17 Washington Street, South Norwalk

Dinner is at 8:00 pm at several participating SoNo restaurants.

Join us and help us help others!

For more info, sponsorship and advertising opportunities and tickets, please contact Kim Killoy, Director of Development & Communications, 203-849-1111 ext. 3023, kkilloy@hscct.org

INFO 5:30pm, South Norwalk

Homes for the Brave Golf Classic

Charity golf tournament to raise funds for 'Homes for the brave'.  HFTB mission has an emphasis on veterans and provides housing and services necessary to help homeless individuals return to a productive and meaningful life.
Contact Pat Buchanan at 203-377-0090 email: buchanan2708@sbcglobal.net or 
Kathy Piro email: kathy.piro@bearingstar.com for more info.
INFO 11am, Oronoque Country Club