****ADDITIONAL SUBMISSION FORM REQUIRED****

PLEASE VISIT www.RevereFest.com TO SUBMIT THE FORM IN ADDITION TO UPLOADING YOUR FILM HERE ON FilmFreeway! Once you're on the Revere Festival page click on "Call for Entries," and then on "Submit Your Film." At the bottom of the page is a "Submission Form" can be filed out and submitted via the website.

IN ORDER FOR YOUR FILM TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SELECTION TO THE FESTIVAL BE SURE TO VISIT www.RevereFest.com AND FILL OUT AND SUBMIT THE SUBMISSION FORM! SEVERAL FILMMAKERS FAILED TO FOLLOW THIS REQUIREMENT LAST SEASON.

***COVID-19 and The Revere International Film Festival.***

The Revere International "Student" Film Festival will resume regular theater screenings as soon as universities and theaters deem it safe to do so.

Please thoroughly read the Official Rules as well. “This is in addition to submitting your project through Filmfreeway. You must be a registered student, or recent graduate from an accredited college/university in order to qualify to participate in the festival. (High school students are encouraged to submit their work for special screenings, but will not be included in the competition. If you are a high school student please message us through the "Contact Us" page at www.RevereFest.com for a submission fee waiver code. High School submission are free if you email us.)

The Revere International Student Film Festival (TRIFF) is proud to announce its 5th international student film festival. (If you decide to make an entry BE SURE to visit "reverefest.com" and complete the "Submission Form!" Consideration to screen your film will be delayed without it.) The all-new “Perpetual Road-Show” festival has been created as an opportunity for student filmmakers from around the world to showcase their work and as an opportunity to experience the work of their real-world competition. The goal is to educate, explore, interact, and entertain!

Our new concept of the “Perpetual Road-Show” festival means that every semester we will have all new screenings of content from undergraduate student filmmakers at multiple university venues across the world during the fall and spring semesters. Each year the fall and spring semester screenings will culminate into a four day “Ultimate Fest” in Austin, Texas during the summer.

Each season’s festival will award cash grants and thousands of dollars in filmmaking software, camera stabilization equipment, industry magazine subscriptions, the esteemed “Revere Award,” and much more!

****ADDITIONAL SUBMISSION FORM REQUIRED****

General Eligibility Requirements – The festival is open to any undergraduate student who is currently enrolled at any accredited college or university in the world, or who was enrolled during the 2019-2021 academic years. Films must have been produced during your semesters before graduation in 2019, and/or any time during the 2019/2021 academic semesters. Proof of eligibility is required upon specific request.

***We still welcome your submission if you produced your film outside of the standard eligibility requirements according to the "Official Rules." Films submitted that do not fall within the general requirements will be considered for the non-competitive "Special Screening" series. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your work to a global audience.***

Registration & Submission Requirements – Films can be submitted via filmfreeway.com.

Submission Fee – Free at this time.

Submission Form – Each filmmaker must fill out the “Submission Form”, on the TRIFF website. By submitting your film you grant The Revere International Film Festival the rights to use your film in screenings, promotions, streaming on the TRIFF website, and any streaming format associated with the festival.

Copyright - All work submitted must be the work of the submitting filmmaker, and that filmmaker must hold all copyrights to that work. Copyrights include, but are not limited to, the work itself, and all content within the work, including persons, locations, and music.

Submission Deadline - The submission deadline has been extended, but you must use a waiver code of TRIFF2020 in order for your film to be accepted at this time.

Film Length - There is no minimum length. Maximum length is 15 minutes.

Number of Submissions - There is no limit of films per student filmmaker, and a separate submission form and fee must be sent for each entry.