The Princeton Public Library is accepting original film submissions for the 2016 Princeton Student Film Festival. The festival will be held on July 20 and 21.
Student filmmakers whose works are selected will be invited to discuss their films at the 13th annual festival, a two-night event
intended for teen and adult audiences.
Students are encouraged to submit original films with running times of 20 minutes or less, in a wide range of genres and styles. In previous years the films presented included action, animation, comedy, documentary, drama, experimental and personal narrative. The festival features films by local, regional and international students.
The festival is accepting film submissions from teens and young adults between the ages of 14 and 25.
There is no fee to enter. The deadline for submitting a film is June 1. Entry forms and guidelines are available on the Princeton Public Library’s website.
For more information about the Princeton Student Film Festival, contact Susan Conlon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-924-9529, ext. 1247.
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