Wisconsin Film Festival

The Wisconsin Film Festival is accepting submissions of Wisconsin’s Own films to be shown during the 20th annual festival — April 5–12, 2018. The Wisconsin’s Own category is for films and filmmakers with Wisconsin connections.

Eligible films must be shot primarily or significantly on location in Wisconsin and/or one or more of the film's principal creative personnel — i.e., director, producer, screenwriter, lead actor or cinematographer — must be one of the following: born in Wisconsin, a current/former Wisconsin resident for at least one year or an alumnus/current student at a Wisconsin school. The festival welcomes narrative, documentary, experimental and animated films or videos of any length.

The Wisconsin Film Festival uses FilmFreeway, an online submission platform, for its Wisconsin’s Own submissions. The deadline for submissions is Dec. 29, 2017.

Interested applicants should visit go.wisc.edu/wisconsinsownsubmissions for full details, including categories, eligible films, the submission process and submission format. Film entries are $35 for short films (under 60 minutes), $45 for feature length films and $15 for student films of any length.

In addition, films that are accepted into the upcoming festival will be shown to a panel of judges who determine Golden Badger Award winners. To see a list of previous Golden Badger recipients, visit wifilmfest.org/awards.

The Wisconsin Film Festival is presented by the University of Wisconsin–Madison Arts Institute in association with the Department of Communication Arts and was established in 1999.

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