The 2019 Wisconsin Film Festival (WFF) is now accepting submissions. WWF takes place April 4-11. They are accepting submissions for the Wisconsin’s Own and Wisconsin’s Own Student categories. They are looking for narrative, documentary, experimental or animated work of any length. Films entered must have been completed after January 1, 2018.
All submissions must be completed by end of business day on Dec. 28, 2018. An early-bird discount on entry fees (for non-students) is available for films submitted no later than Dec. 1, 2018. WFF will again use FilmFreeway for their submission process.
Entry fees for feature films (60 minutes +) are $45 before Dec. 1 or $55 after. Short films (59 mins or less) are $35 prior to Dec. 1 or $45 after. Student films of any length are $15 with a photocopy of a valid student ID.
For a full description of categories, eligibility, the submission process, acceptable submission formats, and a link to the official entry form, visit go.wisc.edu/wisconsinsownsubmissions.