2015 Princeton Student Film & Video Festival for Young Filmakers (Worldwide)

Submission Deadline : 1 June 2015

The Princeton Student Film & Video Festival is sponsored by the Princeton Public Library and is in its 12th consecutive year.
It provides the opportunity and venue for youth filmmakers (ages 14-25) to screen their work to a broad audience. The festival attendance reaches capacity audiences with about 150 people per night, with lots of appreciation and lively feedback for the filmmakers.

The selected films will be screened in Princeton over two nights — Wednesday July 22 and Thursday July 23, 2015 at the Princeton Public Library located at 65 Witherspoon Street in downtown Princeton, New Jersey.


  • The festival 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.


  • All entries must be submitted either by mailing a DVD, or by providing a link to view on Youtube or Vimeo.
  • Students may submit more than one film but must submit each film on separate DVDs or links. If submitting more than one entry please complete this form and send for each film.
  • Films should have a running time of 20 minutes or shorter.
  • If you film is accepted you will be required to send us the film as a high- resolution download on an FTP site/file transfer website, on a drive.
  • Music used in the films should be original, if not, the music should be obtained from a royalty-free service, or music you have paid or received permission to use.


Submission Deadline : 1 June 2015

Results Announcement Expected: 1 July 2015

Submit your entry for the 2015 Princeton Student Film & Video Festival


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