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Film contests for high school students?

As an aspiring filmmaker, I'm always looking for opportunities to showcase my work. Can anyone recommend some film contests or competitions specifically for high school students? Thanks!

6 months ago

Absolutely! Participating in film contests can be a great way to showcase your talent and gain recognition as an aspiring filmmaker. Here are a few film contests and competitions designed specifically for high school students:

1. National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY): NFFTY is among the largest film festivals for emerging filmmakers in the world. It accepts submissions from filmmakers 24 years old or younger, making it a fantastic option for high school students. It has various categories, allowing you to submit multiple works.

2. All American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF): As one of the most prestigious high school film festivals, AAHSFF receives submissions from all over the world. This festival showcases student films in a variety of genres and awards substantial prize packages, including scholarships and filmmaking opportunities.

3. Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Perhaps the best-known student arts competition in the US, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have film and animation categories. High school students can submit their work, and regional and national winners are recognized with awards, publications, and scholarships.

4. CineYouth: Organized by the Chicago International Film Festival, CineYouth is dedicated to showcasing short films made by filmmakers 22 years old or younger. This festival accepts a wide range of film genres, and selected films are screened at the annual CineYouth Festival.

5. Teen International Short Film Festival (TISFF): TISFF, organized by Tower of Youth, is open to young filmmakers aged 14-19. They accept short films under 10 minutes, and selected films are shown at their annual festival.

These are just a few options, but there are many more film contests and festivals aimed at high school students. When considering which competitions to enter, make sure to check eligibility requirements, submission deadlines, and any associated fees. Good luck with your submissions, and happy filmmaking!

6 months ago

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