Gsu student film festival 2016



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GSU STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL 2016
GSU Student Film Festival: An annual celebration of film and video work made by GSU film production students. This is a public and publicized screening of the best GSU student film work showcased in the Spring of 2016.
Call for Film Submissions:
The deadline to submit films for the 2016 GSU Student Film Festival is Thursday, April 28 at 5:00 pm. Submit your film(s) to Undergraduate Checkout in Langdale, RM 106. Only films made in GSU Production Courses from the 2015 Maymester/Summer/Fall semesters and 2016 Spring semester will be accepted.

* Students graduating in Fall 15 may submit their films.


Screening Dates/Times: *All screenings are Free and open to the public.

Monday/Tuesday May 2nd & 3rd 5:00 pm @ One Park Place, 1st Floor, DAEL Theater: All submitted films screened.

7:30 pm Friday May 6th @ The High Museum’s Hill Auditorium:

A 75-minute program of films selected by a screening committee from all submissions. Awards will go to Best Fiction Film, Best Documentary Film, Best Experimental Film, and a Special Jury Award to be announced. The award winners will be presented with both a framed certificate and prizes including a year membership to the High Museum and an all access pass to the Atlanta Film Festival 2016.


Film submission process:


  1. Only films made by GSU film production students that were made in a GSU film production course during 2015/16 are eligible for submission.

  2. ** Each student may submit up to 3 films, with the total time for 1- 3 films not exceeding 15 minutes.




  1. To submit a film or films fill out all of the information requested in the submission form below or your film(s) will not be listed in the program.




  1. You may only submit film(s) as a Quicktime/.mov file. Make sure you export the file with the H.264 Codec, and leave all other settings as they are. Submit the file(s) on a Jump Drive. Preview all files submitted to make sure they play on a GSU Mac computer and on a VLC Player. The festival will not screen your film(s) if the film(s) do not conform to the submission specifications above.




  1. Label jump drives with your name and enclose it in an envelope with the submission form. Write your name on the envelope.



  1. You can pick up your Jump Drive from the Atlanta Film Festival -- Kristy Breneman’s office (25 Park Place, 9th or 10th floor -- * the festival offices are in the process of moving from the 9th floor to the 10th floor, so try both) the week after the festival. When you come to pick up your Jump drive, please be polite to the folks at the Atlanta Film Festival.



  1. Submit to Undergraduate Checkout on the first floor of Langdale Classroom Building.



Submission Form Below:

Submission Form (write legibly or type)
Student (s) Name, contact email, phone # (This is crucial information):
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Course film (s) were made in:
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Films (if episodes from a series then list as one entry, separate running times):

For Genre, list either Documentary, Narrative, Experimental, or New Media.



* Remember: 3 films per student and 15 minutes total.
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