Attention students ages 8-18, submissions are now open for the 4th Annual Kids Film It Festival held at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio the weekend of the Oscars. This Festival has grown into a highly regarded worldwide opportunity for students to have a platform for their creativity in filmmaking with highly respected judges (The Russo Brothers and Todd Lieberman are two), and fantastic prizes. At the same time, the Kids Film It Festival shows youth how their passion can impact a cause as over $150,000 has been directly donated directly to the Michael J Fox Foundation. The founder, now 16 year old Ryan Levine has a grandmother with Parkinson’s Disease.
There are three age categories and three genres (short film, animation, and music, 8-11, 12-14, and 15-18). You can share the following information and attached graphic with your students.
Filmmakers show off your skills for the 4th annual Kids Film It Festival. Hollywood judges, fantastic prizes, and a red carpet festival at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You don’t have to be present to win. Submission deadline is Dec. 31st. Categories: short film, animation, music. Age groups: 8-11, 12-14, 15-18. Check out The Kids Film It Festival for more details.