Welcome to the 2019 OTBS Student Film Festival website! This film festival was founded by Sven Shoultz, a worker at On The Bluff Studios. He felt that students on campus did not have the opportunity to show off their creativity and abilities when it came to film. To make sure students had an opportunity to show off their great films, Sven created the Student Film Festival in 2018. This next year will be the second Student Film Festival. The festival date is TBA. Shown below are the different categories of videos as well as general guidelines for the films. If you have anymore questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Comedy (Narrative): This is for films that have a storyline that not only has a plot but also is funny and creative.
Comedy (Short): For films that may be shorter or do not have plot but are still funny. This may include things such as short skits and…
Drama: Should be a serious presentation of situations within life in which someone or something comes into conflict and struggles with issues within their lives.
Documentaries: A non-fiction film that aims to teach other people about a place, person, experience or thing.
Foreign: Specifically focused on films created by UP students that are in a different language. All languages are acceptable but subtitles are required.
Animation: These films can fall under any other category of film but must be animated including cartoons, claymation, etc.
Vine: Short, 10-second clips that are humorous and do not have a story line but are still creative.
4 minute maximum on video (Not flexible, if over 4 minutes the video will be denied entrance to the festival). This rule does not apply to the vine categories as those videos must be 10 seconds or shorter.
Inappropriate content will not be permitted