The Detroit Windsor International Film Festival DWIFF, propelled in 2009, is an openly gone to film celebration held every June in the Detroit– Windsor area, with occasions occurring in both Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario. The celebration is nearly connected with Wayne State University as they consolidated their own prior understudy film celebration into the DWIFF and a considerable lot of the merriments are hung on Wayne State's grounds in Midtown Detroit.
Like most film celebrations the DWIFF plays host to an assortment of movies going from understudy movies to real Hollywood preparations, yet it is additionally known for unique occasions that have been held as a piece of the celebration since its initiation. Demonstrated after the 48 Hour Film Project competitors are appointed a class, a character, a prop, and a line of discourse, and have 48 hours to make a short film containing those components. The entries are then judged and given their own screening as a piece of the celebration.