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2024 Tulane Student Film Festival releases lineup

Tulane Student Film Festival has released the 2024 lineup for its third annual event | Photo courtesy of TSFF

The Tulane Student Film Festival, hosted and produced by the strategy, leadership, analytics and management Film Festivals course, will take place on Wednesday, April 24 in McAlister Auditorium. 

TSFF sought submissions of Tulane student directed films no longer than 15 minutes. Just over two weeks since the submission deadline on April 1, the TSFF curation committee evaluated and selected 20 films to screen from 48 contenders. 

The 20 filmmakers selected for the festival will be eligible for various jury and audience awards, as well as prizes. In 2022, the festival awarded over $1,000 in prizes to five winning films. Alongside cash awards, past prizes have included a New Orleans Film Festival All-Access pass, membership to New Orleans Video Access Center and consultations with industry professionals. 

2024 marks the third year of TSFF. In 2021, Professor Jolene Pinder founded and launched the festival; originally, Pinder assigned it as the final project for her class. But, after just two years, the festival has become an annual event. 

According to a press release, the TSFF’s mission is to “build a culture of filmmaking on campus, celebrate the diverse talents of student filmmakers and cultivate meaningful connections for their success in the dynamic film landscape of New Orleans and beyond.” 

Admitted films include “Better Bro,” directed by Harrison Cole Farrah; “Canned,” directed by Greg Lee; “Disco Dreamer,” directed by Cameron Brown; “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans,” directed by Sydney Cross; “The Bench,” directed by Cameron Brown and “The Rat King,” directed by Natalie Maher, among many more. 

Tickets for both the 5:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. program can be secured through this link

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