2015 Princeton Student Film & Video Festival now is over!
The new film competition named Princeton Public Library is now opened for entires and accepting submissions from young filmmakers worldwide for its 2015 Princeton Student Film & Video Festival contest.
The Princeton Student Film & Video Festival is sponsored by the Princeton Public Library and is in its 12th consecutive year.
The Princeton Public Library film competition accepts films from any state, and national and international high school and college students, or home-schooled, unschooled or not-enrolled in school youth ages 14-25.
Films are evaluated for their visual and audio quality as well as the filmmaker’s attention to editing with creativity and skill to tell the story.
All submitted films must be no longer than 20 minutes and must be original.
This student film competition is free of charge!