Doors will open for the festival at 8 p.m. and the festival will commence at 9 p.m., ending approximately at midnight, according to frogbabyfilmfestival.org.
For more information on the festival and its policies, contact the festival committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ball State’s annual film festival is back and now taking entries.
The Frog Baby Film Festival is a student-run, faculty-judged event that will take place April 7 in Pruis Hall. There is no limitation of works a student may submit to the festival. All entries must be submitted by Monday.
- Be an undergraduate student at Ball State.
- Have the intellectual copyrights necessary to claim partial or whole ownership of the work(s).
- Agree to the use of his or her work(s) for purposes in the festival.
- Belong in part or in whole to the student submitting the work.
- Be no more than 13 minutes, 0 seconds in length, not including credits. There is no minimum length requirement for a work to be submitted.
- There is no limitation on the style of content that may be submitted to the festival.
Quentin Basnaw, a freshman telecommunication video production major, is a part of one of the films that will be judged in the coming months.
Basnaw is also the producer for the film “The Fine Print.” The film is a collaborative work about a campus game show. He said the opportunity of a student film festival is great for young filmmakers to show off the work they’ve created.
The festival committee invites faculty members from the telecommunications, theater and English departments to judge the various student films at the festival, said festival co-chairperson Zach Watson.
Even if students don't have experience with filming, Basnaw recommends submitting video projects to the festival.
“Just go out and do it," Basnaw said. “Go out and film. Have fun. You’ll just get better at it as you go.”