The Princeton Student Film & Video Festival is seeking entries for this year’s festival. Sponsored by the Princeton Public Library, the festival is in its 9th consecutive year, continuing to provide the opportunity and venue for youth filmmakers to show their work to an appreciative and broad audience.
The festival attendance has reached capacity audiences every year with about 150 people per night, with lots of appreciation and lively feedback for the filmmakers.
The selected films will be screened over 2 nights, Wednesday 18 July and Thursday 19 July 2012 at the Princeton Public Library located at 65 Witherspoon Street in downtown Princeton, New Jersey.
The 2012 Princeton Student Film & Video Festival is Calling for Entries
The festival accepts films from high school and college students (or home-schooled, unschooled or not in school) youth/young adults ages 14-25. Local, national, and international submissions are welcome.
Filmmakers are invited to submit in many genres, including:
- Music Video,
- Personal Narrative,
- Public Service Announcement,
- and Other.
Once again this year a selection of films from the Princeton Student Film & Video Festival will also screen at the Artist Visions Film Festival, a festival in its 2nd year in Lambertville, New Jersey, on 21 July 2012.
All entries for consideration for both/either festival should be directly submitted to the Princeton Student Film & Video Festival.
Please see the entry form for complete instructions at: bit.ly/PSFVF2012EntryForm