The Ivy Film Festival

13 Annual April 06, 2015 to April 12, 2015

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Brown University
Box 1930
Providence RI 02912
USA
ivyfilmfestival@gmail.com
http://www.ivyfilmfestival.com

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International
The International category is for all films and television pilots made by filmmaker(s) studying in an institution of higher education outside of the United States. Both short and feature length films and pilots are accepted.
U.S. Graduate
U.S.A. Graduate category is for all films and television pilots made by filmmaker(s) studying at the graduate level in institutions of higher education in the United States. Both short and feature length films and pilots are accepted.
Screenplay - Undergrad
The screenplay category is for scripts composed by undergraduate student writers. Both short-form and long-form screenplays (including television pilots) are accepted.
U.S. Undergrad - Drama
The U.S. Undergrad - Drama category is for all films that fall within the genre of Drama, made by filmmaker(s) studying at the undergraduate level in an institution of higher education in the United States. Both short and feature length films are accepted.
U.S. Undergrad - Comedy
The U.S. Undergrad - Comedy category is for all films that fall within the genre of Comedy, made by filmmaker(s) studying at the undergraduate level in an institution of higher education in the United States. Both short and feature length films are accepted.
U.S. Undergrad - Documentary
The U.S. Undergrad - Documentary category is for all films that fall within the genre of Documentary, made by filmmaker(s) studying at the undergraduate level in an institution of higher education in the United States. Both short and feature length films are accepted.
U.S. Undergrad - Animation
The U.S. Undergrad - Animation category is for all films fall within the category of Animation, made by filmmaker(s) studying at the undergraduate level in an institution of higher education in the United States. Both short and feature length films are accepted.
U.S. Undergrad - Experimental / Spectrum / Anything Else
The U.S. Undergrad - Experimental / Spectrum / Anything Else category is for all films that fall within the genre of Experimental / Spectrum / Anything Else, made by filmmaker(s) studying at the undergraduate level in an institution of higher education in the United States. Both short and feature length films are accepted.
Screenplay - Graduate
The graduate screenplay category is for scripts composed by graduate student writers. Both short-form and long-form screenplays (including television pilots) are accepted.

MISSION & OBJECTIVE

It is the stated purpose of the Ivy Film Festival by its founders to first and foremost provide a venue for the creative efforts of student filmmakers enrolled at universities worldwide, and in particular those students with significantly diminished access to filmmaking resources. The Ivy Film Festival also seeks to provide aspiring filmmakers with the opportunity to interact closely with a variety of industry professionals during the course of the festival weekend, thus promoting an educational sense of community for all involved. Finally, it is a goal of the festival to promote and support interest in film and the filmmaking industry for all those involved in the festival.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The Ivy Film Festival is among the largest student-run film festivals in the world and offers students from domestic and foreign universities a place to exhibit their work.The festival occurs annually in the spring, spans a full week, and is held on Brown University's campus. Each year, thousands of filmmakers and enthusiasts flock to Brown to attend filmmaker screenings, keynote speeches by entertainment industry executives and celebrities, panels and workshops by industry professionals, cocktail receptions, and parties. Past industry guests have included Jack Nicholson, Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone, Wes Anderson, Adrien Brody, Laura Linney, Wes Craven, Park Chan-wook, Aaron Sorkin, James Franco, and Lena Dunham, among many others.

The festival features four separate competitions, each with its own individual awards: the domestic undergraduate film competition; the graduate school film competition; the international film competition; and the screenplay competition.

The Ivy Film Festival selects and showcases approximately thirty submissions per year, and accepts films/screenplays of all types and genres, including, but not limited to: drama, comedy, animation, experimental, documentary, and music videos. Generally, the films selected are shorts, but feature-length films may be submitted as well. Screenplays may be any length.

Films and screenplays should either be submitted via Withoutabox or by mail to:
Brown University
Box 1930
Providence RI 02912
USA

ORGANIZERS

Screenplay Coordinator (Judge); Tarek Shoukri (Managing Director); Tarek Shoukri (Managing Director); Tarek Shoukri (Managing Director); Tarek Shoukri (Managing Director)

GENERAL RULES

All films and screenplays submitted to the Ivy Film Festival must have been completed while the filmmaker/writer was enrolled in an institution of higher learning.

Please include a listing of the following information with your submission:

(1) School you attended while the film was made.
(2) Whether the school you have listed in an undergraduate college or university or a graduate college or university (i.e. film school).
(3) Country in which the school you attended is located.

Submissions lacking this information will not be considered. Please also include this information in the Withoutabox online COVER LETTER.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

If accepted to the Festival, I agree to have my film shown to all attendees of the Ivy Film Festival 2014 and for some clips to be used (and credited) in publicity materials for the Festival. I agree to include the following information with my submission: (and enter it in the Withoutabox online Cover Letter) (1) School attended while the film was made. (2) Whether the school listed is an undergraduate college or university or a graduate college or university (i.e. film school). (3) Country in which the school attended is located. Submissions lacking this information will not be considered. ***Please include this information in the Withoutabox online COVER LETTER