Student Showcase of Films. Largest Student Film Competition in Florida.

Celebrating 16 years, the highly acclaimed festival is the largest statewide film competition and awards ceremony for Florida student filmmakers. The juried competition will recognize outstanding high school and college students by presenting over $10,000 in scholarships and awards in 6 film categories: Feature/shorts, Documentary, Animation, Commercial/PSA, Music Video, and Audience Award. The Competition also includes a screenwriting and poster competition. Honoring the legacy of Mr. Burt Reynolds, the festival also awards annual scholarships bearing his name. Each year, organizers produce a sizzling live awards show for more than 800 attendees from around the state. Guests have included such notables as Steven Bauer, Amanda Bynes, Vincent Cecere, Clint Howard, Jonathan Krane, Louis Lombardi, Vincent Pastore, Burt Reynolds, Al Sapienza, Tico Torres, and Nick Zano
The 16th Annual Student Showcase of Films awards ceremony will be held in April  2011, at Palm Beach Gardens Community High School Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Winning student films will be screened in their entirety at the students’ own premiere during the film festival.’
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES:  February 1, 2011The Student Showcase of Films Website is We took all the above details about this competition from the site. You can find out how to enter and all other info by clicking on the link.

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