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Call for Entries for the 2013 Princeton Student Film & Video Festival!
The festival is in its 10th year and will be held on Wednesday July 17 & Thursday July 18, 2013 at the Princeton Public Library. We are now accepting entries for the 2013 festival. Please use this entry form to submit a film. The deadline to submit a film is June 1, 2013.
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About the Festival
The Princeton Student Film & Video Festival is in its 10th consecutive year, and it is sponsored by the Princeton Public Library. The mission of the festival is to encourage and support the work of youth filmmakers in a range of genres and styles, with the opportunity and a venue for the filmmakers to show their work to a broad audience. The festival is open to high school and college students and home-schooled, unschooled or not in school youth ages 14-25 from Princeton and all points beyond, both near and far. There is no cost to enter.
For more information about the festival please contact: Susan Conlon, 609.924.9529 ext. 247.
Outlets for Filmmakers:
NJ Festivals & Resources:
Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center: Home of the New Jersey Film Festival and the U.S. Super 8 Film and Digital Video Festival.
Reviews & Other Film Info Sources:
News & Media Resources:
Creative Commons: Share, remix, reuse -- legally.
The Freesound Project: The Freesound Project aims to create a huge collaborative database of audio snippets, samples, recordings, bleeps, released under the Creative Commons Sampling Plus License.
Free Music Project: FREE!MUSIC aims to popularize the idea of free distribution of music for commercial and non-commercial purposes.
Mondo Times: Links to more than 14,000 media outlets in 211 countries.
National Association of Broadcasters Media Sites
NewsHour Extra: Find stories written for students, media resources, and interactive reports based on content from the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, the nightly news broadcast on PBS.
Newslink: Links to over 3,400 U.S. newspapers.
Paper Tiger: Paper Tiger Television (PTTV) is an open, non-profit, volunteer video collective. PTTV programs analyze and critique issues involving media, culture and politics.