The seasons can be marked by major film festivals. Sundance rules winter with an icy fist. Tribeca brings people to New York the second it thaws out in spring, and Cannes marks the beginning of summer with its highbrow glam and sparkling photo ops against the French Riviera. Cannes’ summer glitz gives way to the Venice Film Festival’s decadence. But there are dozens of other film festivals all over the country every year, and some of them deserve more attention—even without the big dogs’ swag bags.