Antelope Film Festival
Antelope Film Festival

The Antelope Film Festival was initially created through a STEAM Grant in 2010 in partnership with Pittsburgh Filmmakers. The festival was designed to allow a creative outlet for students to create original works in animation, documentary, and narrative filmmaking. The festival is adjudicated and trophies are given to the top films in each category. The film festival is held each spring at Pittsburgh Filmmakers.

The Antelope Film Festival is an annual event held in partnership between Avonworth High School and Pittsburgh Filmmakers. The festival was created in 2010 to provide a creative outlet for students to create original films in animation, documentary, and narrative genres. Films cannot include any copyrighted material and cannot be longer than five minutes. The festival is open to all schools in Allegheny and Butler Counties. The festival is adjudicated by professionals in the film industry and trophies are given to the top films in each category and to the overall top film (The Golden Antelope). The festival screening/awards ceremony is held at the Melwood Screening Room at Pittsburgh Filmmakers. Information about the requirements and deadlines can be found here.

 

Antelope Film Festival was last modified: January 8th, 2015 by The Sprout Fund