The Georgia State University Student Film Festival (GSUFF) is pleased to announce details of its 5th annual presentation. Celebrating the hard work and artistry of GSU students, the three-day event takes place April 27-28 and April 30th.
“The GSU Student Film Festival is at once an annual celebration of GSU student filmmaking and a valuable educational experience for our student filmmakers,” said GSUFF Director Daniel Robin, Assistant Professor of Film and Video Production in the GSU Department of Communication. “We want to share the diverse creative voices from our film production courses while also giving the students an opportunity to understand what it means to show their films outside of the safety net of the classroom.”
On Monday, April 27 and Tuesday, April 28, all submissions will be screened at the Cinefest Theater, GSU’s student-run movie theater, beginning at 5:00 PM both days. The top films will then be selected by a jury and screened at the High Museum of Art’s Hill Auditorium on Thursday, April 30, at 7:30 PM.
Following the screening at the High, awards will be presented for Best Fiction Film, Best Experimental Film, Best Documentary Film, and Special Jury Selection.
All admission is free and open to the public.