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WCTE-PBS Student Film Festival
A celebration of young filmmakers.
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Due December 3rd, 2020 - The WCTE-PBS Student Film Festival, January 13-15, is a look into real life through the youthful and insightful lens of local, regional, national, and international student filmmakers, a celebration of nonfiction film and genuine storytelling of America's students. The WCTE-PBS Student Film Festival will feature workshops, panels, and festival award-winning film screenings, all from the comfort and safety of a digital platform. The festival celebrates the best in student filmmaking, including fiction, non-fiction, and commercial work, as well as two special categories honoring local (to Tennessee's Upper Cumberland area) works and American Portrait: Ages Apart short films.

***All submissions of filmmakers over 17 will require proof of student status***

Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.

Prizes

STUDENTS Ages 13-17
- Best Fiction (2-100 minutes) - $50
- Best Non-Fiction (2-100 minutes) - $50
- Best Short (under 2 minutes) - $50
- Best Class Project - (any length) - $100 - awarded to a teacher who leads this class project to spend on resources for the class

STUDENTS Ages 18+:
- Best Fiction (2-100 minutes) - $50
- Best Non-Fiction (2-100 minutes) - $50
- Best Short (under 2 minutes) - $50

Open to STUDENTS Ages 13+:
- Best Local (any length) - open to students who live or go to school in the Upper Cumberland Region of Tennessee - $100
- PBS American Portrait: Ages Apart - A Conversation Between Generations - $500 Award ($250 for student filmmaker, $250 for student's teacher for classroom needs

Eligibility
Open to students aged 13 and older currently residing in the United States.

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