The Clayton State University Division of Student Affairs has announced its second film festival.
Loch Fest is an Atlanta student film festival, created by Clayton State University, where student and professional work is showcased. This film festival will give student films more exposure in the Atlanta community and allows professionals to showcase their work and speak about their views of film as an art and a business.
This film festival is open to all universities in the state as well as members of the community. The submission fee is free to all Clayton State students. The submission fee for all faculty and staff is $5 until Sept. 14, and then $15 from Sept. 15 to Oct. 19. The deadline to submit a film is Oct. 19.
This year’s film festival is sponsored by Clayton State University’s Department of Campus Life and Clayton State Television (CSTV). The website for the festival is http://cstvnow.com/lochfest. The website has all the information about submission and accepted formats for films.
Contact Jennifer DeMond, student media advisor in Student Affairs, for more information. By phone: (678) 466-5427 or by email: email@example.com.