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Calling All Student Filmmakers

The International Student Film Festival Hollywood (ISFFH) is now accepting submissions for its 9th annual Film and Video Competition. The Festival will be held in the NoHo Arts District of North Hollywood, CA USA November 5 – 6, 2011. The competition is open to students of all ages and academic backgrounds. Submission deadline is August 31, 2011. More information and entry forms are available on the festival website.

Participants must be registered in elementary, junior high or high school, community college, university, graduate or private film schools. Students compete with their own peers (i.e. high school students will only compete with other high school students) and the competition is open to students of all ages and academic backgrounds.

Awards are presented to winners after their films are judged by a panel of professional filmmakers, writers, directors, producers, actors, distributors, agents, film critics and professors that comprise the jury. Films go through an initial screening, are separated into genres, go before a panel of preliminary judges, then on to the blue ribbon judges.

Hollywood is the capital city of the entertainment world. The International Student Film Festival Hollywood is the only film festival that embraces all ages from around the world, offering students the unique opportunity to gain the recognition of film industry leaders creating career development opportunities in their home countries as well as the United States.

The opportunities provided by the ISFFH not only benefit the students, but the world community by bringing together people of diverse cultures and differing viewpoints. ISFFH Founder and President, Robin Saban, has been spending time in Europe promoting the Festival. He is currently in collaboration with an International theatre in Vienna, Austria to screen ISFFH student films.
The ISFFH is a non-profit organization that relies on the generosity of others. Please visit our website for donation and sponsorship opportunities.

We thank the following sponsors for supporting the next generation of filmmakers. American Building Supply, Wells Fargo, CRA/LA, CISCorp, LA 411, Marilyn Bradbury, Rotary Club of Studio City and Sherman Oaks, Gloria and Lou Weintraub, Creative Handbook, Actors Certified Training, Movie Magic, Production Hub, Turkla, NoHoArtsDistrict, and LAGrip.

Hollywood is the capital city of the entertainment world. The International Student Film Festival Hollywood offers student filmmakers from all over the world a unique opportunity to gain the recognition of film industry leaders, creating career development opportunities in their home countries as well as in the United States.

Dorothy Supri, Festival Director
International Student Film Festival Hollywood
4821 Lankershim Blvd. F132
North Hollywood, CA 91601 USA

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