2016 Youth Film Festival


Welcome youth filmmakers! The Media center is hosting a film festival this May. We are showcasing films produced by Middle and High School students. Please fill out this form in order to apply.

SUBMISSION RULES:
Entry categories for the film producers are open to Middle School and High School students who live or attend school in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. ALL films must be received by the deadline: May 8, 2016. By submitting your entry, you guarantee that you have obtained all necessary talent releases and rights and clearances for all media including music, photos and video footage used in your film. There are NO ENTRY FEES

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

FILM TITLE:

TOPIC (check the Genre your film addresses):

TOTAL RUN TIME**:
** Submission must be 10 minutes or less.

Brief Description (To be used for publicity, 75 words or less):

Category (check one, describing age of Lead producer):

Producer(S)*:
* Producers are the brains behind the film, who came up with it, who directed it and who will receive any awards.
* Producers must live, or attend school in: Santa Clara or San Mateo County.

Additional Key Production members and their roles (optional):

Does the video contain harsh language or adult themes? (check one)

If you use footage or photos taken by someone other than you (“non-original materials”), list them and your sources (where you got them):

LIST SONGS USED IN FILM (song title and artist):

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PRODUCER(S’) CONTACT INFORMATION

Producer 1:
Age:
School:
Grade:
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Parent’s email:
Parent’s name:
Home phone:
Address
City:


Producer 2:
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Producer 3:
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Please upload your 10 minute or less film to youtube or vimeo and then paste its link here:

Password (if any):

As a producer you will be expected to provide a high quality hardcopy DVD or mp4 version to the Media Center (900 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto, CA, 94303,for playback on our channels.

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