Tree City Film Festival
The 5th Annual Tree City Film Festival will take place on March 25th and 26th, 2017. Continue reading below to learn more about the Tree City Film Festival’s different events.
- Olander Park’s Nederhouser Community Hall
- Sat, Mar 25th – The Sylvania Compassion Film Competition | 03:30 P.M. (free and open to the public)
- Sat, Mar 25th – The TCFF Happy Hour | 05:30 P.M.
- Sat, Mar 25th – The TCFF’s 50-Hour Challenge Screening & Awards | 07:00 P.M.
- Sun, Mar 26th – The 2016 Oscar Nominated Short Films (Animated)| 05:30 P.M.
- Sun, Mar 26th – The 2016 Oscar Nominated Short Films (Live Action)| 07:00 P.M.
- Northview High School’s Performing Arts Center
- Sun, Apr 30th – The Shorties | 03:30 P.M.
50-Hour ChallengeThe TCFF’s 50-hour Challenge is an exciting and intense weekend that invites teams of filmmakers to write, shoot, edit, and publish their own short films in just 50 hours. At the beginning of the event, each team receives a series of elements that must be incorporated into their film – things like a particular genre, prop, line of dialogue, character name, and shooting location. After the allotted 50 hours are over and the films are accepted, they are juried by a guest panel of judges that are currently working in the film industry today. The winning films will be premiered at Olander Park’s Nederhouser Community Hall. followed by an awards ceremony.
- Hear about two filmmakers’ experience during the 50-Hour Challenge in 2014.
- See all of the 2017 submissions.
The Oscar Nominated ShortsFor the Fifth year in a row, the Tree City Film Festival is proud to include screenings of the Oscar nominated shorts films – both animated and live action. Click here to view the trailers for the animated and live action shorts that will be show in this showcase.
Shorties: A Shorter Short Film ChallengeThe Shorties invites any student, grades kindergarten through 12th, to create and submit a short film using the digital devices they currently use. Students are encouraged to work with friends and family to create art in the form of film – whether it be a script that they produce or a video of a performance, we are simply challenging them to create! Approved an selected entries are shown on the “big screen” during the festival weekend and students will get to walk the red carpet as they attend the premiere. The 2017 Shorties will be hosted at Northview High School’s Performing Arts Center. Stay tuned for more details about how to sign up.
Shorties UTo support the Shorties filmmakers, Shorties U is back again this year! Students in 5th through 8th grade are invited to sign-up for this 4 day workshop. Led by area experts, this experience takes students through the steps of how to create their own short films – including how to develop an idea, writing a script, shooting on a budget, and the fundamentals of editing. Classes will take place on February 25th, March 4th, 11th, and 18th. Likewise, this year, the first three Saturdays will be held at the Northview High School Performing Arts Center while the fourth Saturday will be held Olander Park’s Nederhouser Community Hall.
Jennifer Archer, Executive Director, SCAC – firstname.lastname@example.org – (419) 517-0118
Joshua Lightle, Chair of the Tree City Film Festival – (419) 450-5999