Any undergraduate student enrolled at Princeton during academic year 2018-19 is invited to submit an entry no later than Friday, 1 March 2019. Though in previous years there was a theme, in 2018-19 there is no theme. Movies on any theme are encouraged.
Winners of the Short Movie Prize
Co-winner: Melanie Ho '18 for Do Not Swallow [watch] [read]
Co-winner: James Tralie '19 for Immeasurable Nature [watch] [read]
Co-winner: Mariah Wilson '18 for Maximum Capacity [watch] (email Femke deRuyter for password)
Honorable Mention: David Lopera '19 for Perfidia [watch]
Co-winners: Chanyoung Park '17, Roxana Turcanu '16 and Cezar Mocan for Même [watch] Interview with Chanyoung.
Co-winner: Emma Michalak '17 for But for the Grace. [watch] Interview with Emma.
Honorable Mention: Ben Goodman '17 and Simon Gulergun's for Untitled [watch]
Winner: Jeanette Beebe '14 for Beyond the Boys' Club [watch] Interview with Jeanette.
Honorable Mention: Cameron Johanning '16 for Equality [watch]
Honorable Mention: Jane Pritchard '15 for Hats [watch]
The preferred length of the short movie is around 7 minutes, but there is no maximum or minimum length. Music to which rights have not been secured can be used as long as the film is not shown commercially;
Students should upload their videos to a website–YouTube, Vimeo, or some other video sharing website–and provide the jury with a stable URL.
Each submission must be accompanied by a short biography (no more than one paragraph) of the student who made the movie (if more than one student, submit a separate biography for each student);
An optional supporting statement about the short movie (no more than one page, double spaced).
For more information and questions, please contact Femke DeRuyter.