SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) Inland Empire Media Academy announces that submissions for panels, artists, and student films are now open for the Wolverine Con and 9th Annual SBVC International Student Film Festival.
The SBVC Media Academy continues its annual celebration of student filmmakers and additionally calls all area artists and media enthusiasts to this year’s event. Starting on April 7, 2020 then continuing thru April 9-11, 2020.
The event will open Thursday, April 7 with a media expo, zine fest, and CosPlay competition focused on this year’s theme “We Are the 80’s”. It will continue Thursday, April 9 with panels and a screening of SBVC College’s own Malik Stalbert’s film “Derelict,” in the campus’ beautiful Auditorium.
The official SBVC International Student Film Festival kicks off with screenings Friday, April 10 through Saturday, April 11. These screenings include student films from Thailand, Australia, and of course San Bernardino, California.
Student filmmakers please submit films at https://filmfreeway.com/SBVC_IEMA. Categories include, short narrative and fan films and documentary short, animation, and experimental. This is a juried film festival with Hollywood connections.
The festival will open with a Gala event on April 9 and close with an awards dinner on April 11. Prizes include cash, filmmaker technology, and much more.
For more information contact Festival Director, Lucas Cuny at 909-384-8546 or firstname.lastname@example.org.