SUNYWide Film Festival: April 9-10, 2021
We are excited to present a hybrid festival this year!
Pre-registration for access to all events is required.
SWFF10 kicks off April 9, 6:30pm
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Congratulations to all the finalists! SWFF10 celebrates their work with a festival both f2f and remote. Access to films and all events begins 6:30pm on April 9 with the Opening Ceremony and keynote by Bombshell writer and producer Charles Randolph.
Film screenings, virtual staged screenplay readings, a film programming panel and an awards presentation all take place on Saturday, April 10.
Pre-registration is required for remote access. Films remain available through April 20, 2021. SWFF website.
For this festival close to 300 filmmakers and screenwriters submitted their work for consideration. We are grateful to our pre-screening committees at SUNY Oswego, SUNY Broome, Fredonia and Purchase College who made these final selections. And many thanks go to our final jury who made difficult award decisions!
Our judges will present awards in these categories at the Awards Ceremony, at 7:00pm: Narrative, Experimental, Documentary, Animation, Best Screenplay and Best of Fest.
- Chris Wedge* - Executive Director
- Hal Hartley* - Jury President
- Cecilia Mejia
- Daniel Armando
- Lisa Padovani*
- Jason Silverman
The SUNYWide Film Festival (SWFF) now in its 10th year, is one of the top student festivals in the Northeast, bringing entertaining, thought-provoking and challenging film and video work to the public.
Historically, SWFF has provided a platform to highlight the work that best exemplifies the dedication and skill found across the SUNY system, where students and faculty explore personal visions through time-based image making.
The festival is free and open to the public. Individuals requiring accommodations for equal access to this event should contact email@example.com a minimum of five business days prior to the event.