Super Geek Film Festival

The Super Geek Film Festival CALL FOR ENTRIES is now open!

Submissions can be made through our online form here: https://superconventions.com/2016/10/super-geek-film-festival-call-for-entries-for-supercon/

The Super Geek Film Festival is dedicated to presenting geek-interest films of all types, including documentary, narrative, animation, experimental and fan films. Films with a focus on geek culture, comics, gaming, animation, anime, manga, science fiction, fantasy, RPG, robotics, technology, and more will be screened. Films will be presented from all kinds of filmmakers, both professional and amateur.

The 2017 Super Geek Film Festival of Raleigh will take place July 14-16, 2017 as part of Raleigh Supercon: North Carolina’s Comic Book, Anime, Animation, Video Game, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Pop Culture Convention located at the Raleigh Convention Center.

Our program will include film screenings, panels, sessions in our Filmmaker lounge, parties, Q&As and more.

Find the Super Geek Film Fest on Facebook and Twitter. Join the conversation by using the hashtag #SGFF

If you are interested in volunteering please visit https://register.growtix.com/volunteers/apply_step_1/raleigh_supercon — Place Super Geek Film Festival in the section requesting which volunteer position you are interested in.

Filmmakers attending the event may host Q&As at their screenings and can elect to participate in other panels and events at the festival.

If you are interested in appearing on panels, please contact chad@superconventions.com as soon as possible, as we only have a limited number of panelist slots.

Films will be judged in the following specific categories:

Best Feature Film – full or feature-length (over 50 minutes)
Best Comedy Film – full or feature-length (over 50 minutes)
Short Film – Short-format films or videos (under 50 minutes)
Internet / Web Based Short – Short Made for Internet distribution and exhibition
Documentary Film – Full Length or Short Format Documentary Film
Student Competition – Films made by students who are either enrolled in a school, or were enrolled during the films’ production. This section will be broken into the following categories
(a) Undergraduate: Films directed by students enrolled in an undergraduate college level program. Graduate students may enter in the regular Feature Film or Short Film categories
(b) High School: Films directed by students attending high school, generally stretching from ages 15-18

The Super Geek Film Festival CALL FOR ENTRIES is now open!

Submissions can be made through our online form here: https://superconventions.com/2016/10/super-geek-film-festival-call-for-entries-for-supercon/