Eyerus is a film festival open to all high-school students in the Detroit / tri-county area. Eyerus gives students a chance to have their film(s) screened in a theater, and a chance to connect with other youth film-makers. All proceeds made are donated to a local charity.
Eyerus encourages creative expression, therefore the only guideline is common sense.
You can submit newly made or pre-existing films that you or a group have made. Each submission goes through a selection process, and has a chance to be picked as an official selection in the Eyerus film festival. Eyerus was founded in 2017 by the Groves Film Club. The first festival was held on April 19th, 2018.

With the rise in cases in the state and county, there is a real possibility that the Eyerus Film Festival will be moving online again this year instead of the outdoor festival at Wylie E. Groves High School. We will announce our final decision May 7th, one week before the festival on May 14th. Our top priority is everyone's safety. Thank you

- You must be a High School Student
- You must live in Michigan
- The short film can not be longer than 10 minutes (we will take shorten versions)

Overall Rating
  • Scott A. Galeski

    A great event held during a difficult time (pandemic).... AAA+++

    July 2021