One Month Left to Enter Serling Film Fest
| April 28, 2017
The 2017 Rod Serling Film Festival is now open. WSKG is accepting submissions from K-12 students through May 26, 2017.
Entrants must use the online submission form .
The Festival is held in honor of Rod Serling and his work, which has had a lasting influence on the television industry and media creation. The Festival seeks to inspire the next generation of filmmakers.
Be sure to
visit the main Festival page to learn more and to view winning films from previous years!
FESTIVAL SIGNAGE | Poster 1 | Poster 2
JUDGING RUBRIC | Grades 6-12
Questions? Contact Jackie Stapleton at 607.729.0100 x369 or email@example.com
Online Submission Form:
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