What: The Ivy Film Festival is the world’s largest student-run film festival and is a great venue for student filmmakers and scriptwriters to show their work–it attracts a diverse crowd of students, filmmakers, screenwriters and industry professionals and elite (past guests have included Jack Nicholson, Martin Scorsese, Tim Robbins, Oliver Stone, John Cho, Adrien Brody, Wes Craven, James Franco, and Aaron Sorkin, just to name a few). The 2012 Ivy Film Festival will take place this April at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. It is currently open for submissions from all university-level filmmakers and screenwriters.
“The Ivy Film Festival started in 2001 as a place for undergraduate and graduate filmmakers to share their work, and interact with other student filmmakers as well as established figures in the film industry. We present selected films and screenplays to a wide audience, and a panel of celebrity judges (including directors, producers, writers, and agents) views the best selections from the festival.”
More Info: The final deadline to submit your film is December 31st. For more information on the festival, visit their website.