Founded in 2001, the Delta Moon Student Film Festival is exclusively dedicated to showcasing the top works of high school students from across the globe.
Entries are judged by a panel of industry professionals. The top-rated entries are designated as "Official Jury Selection" and will be featured at the main screening event at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, California. Immediately following the screening, winners of each category will be announced.
In past years cash prizes, original custom-designed trophies and certificates have been awarded. Unfortunately, current, California Ed Code forbids us from awarding cash prizes. :-(
Certificates and digital winner's laurels will be issued.
ONLY students ages 19 and under are eligible.
Entries may be submitted via FilmFreeway, youtube or vimeo links. Filmmakers may submit multiple entries. Various large file sharing services may also be an option.
Entries are judged by a panel of industry professionals.
All submissions must be original; created and owned by entrant. Additionally, all entrants certify that ALL copyright obligations have been met and accept sole responsibility for the use of any/all copyrighted material within their film, and that permission has been secured to record all persons that appear in the film with parent consent for minors under 18 years old. Delta Moon Student Film Festival (DMSFF) reserves the right to play all or part of any submission at any DMSFF sanctioned event and to include the film, in whole or in part, in any DMSFF program, in any media. DMSFF reserves the right to refuse the entry of any submission solely at its own discretion. Entrant agrees to hold agents and representatives of the Delta Moon Student Film Festival and the Liberty Film Alliance harmless from any liability resulting from the use of such submitted film.
By using FilmFreeway as a submission platform, film makers agree to the above requirements and age restrictions, and certify that all terms and conditions have been met to the best of their knowledge, and that false representation may lead to disqualification immediately and/or retroactively, in perpetuity.