High school students are invited to submit their film creations to the Forester High School Film Festival. It’s part of The Forester Film Festival on May 6, 2017. This yearly event is sponsored by the Digital Media Arts department of Huntington University.
Huntington University uses the festival to connect with creative high schoolers who want feedback on their work from industry professionals and are looking into continuing their education in either film, animation, or broadcasting.
Entries must be created by a current high school student. The deadline is April 1, 2017.
There are three categories:
- A short film of 10 minutes or less.
- A documentary or broadcasting piece created as part of a school news team, if the submitter is the featured reporter, anchor, or producer.
- A stop motion or computer animation.
Winners will receive the “Forester Excellence Award” and are VIP’s to the Forester Film Festival black-tie screening event and reception. Winners also receive feedback on their work from professionals and may have their work screened at the reception.