The 13th Annual HoCo Student Film Festival, held on March 10 at the Charles E. Miller Library, was a huge success, with about 200 people attending the event! This year, 50+ films were submitted, and about 50 met the requirements to move on to the judges. Ten HCPSS high schools were represented. The HoCo Student Film Fest is proud to announce the winner’s of this year’s competition, and thanks all filmmakers for their hard work.
Lights! Camera! Create!
*Special Announcement: The deadline has been extended to Tuesday February 21st! Make sure you follow our submission process to submit your film. Upload your video to your hcpss.me account and remember to share it with hocofilmfest, and make sure you fill out the form!
You can make a film about ANYTHING, as long as it is appropriate for a family audience and adheres to HCPSS policies about no drugs, alcohol, sexual content or violence. Also, your film should adhere to basic story structure. Watch this brief video and check out the Regulations & Submissions Process for more information.
New this year, Advocacy Filmmaking! See Regulations & Submission Process
HoCo Student Film Festival
When: Friday, March 10 @ 7:00pm
Where: Charles E. Miller Library in Ellicott City
We look forward to seeing you at the Festival!
Here’s another opportunity to showcase your film!
In cooperation with Howard County public schools, the Columbia Festival of the Arts, the HCC Film Department and Dragon Digital television at HCC, the 2nd Annual Maryland Student Film Festival at Howard Community College is an opportunity for local student filmmakers and videographers (high school, college or other) to submit and showcase their independent films for a juried venue, to be held at Howard Community College. Stay tuned for an announcement about the date for 2017.