SUFF Application Form

This form must be submitted prior to submitting your film in .mov format. Please note that you must physically submit your film in .mov format to the Seattle University Media Production Center. No tapes or DVDs will be accepted There is no submission fee. All films are handled equitably regardless of submission date. No late films will be accepted after the deadline of April 15th.
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Submission Terms

By submitting your film to SUFF, you hereby agree to the following conditions: All films must be a new and original work created within the last calendar year and less than 5 minutes in duration. Submitted work may not contain copyrighted material including but not limited to: music, images, or words. Filmmakers must ensure their work is free of copyrighted material. All films submitted must be crewed by current Seattle University students. Actors and interview subjects may be from outside the SU community. Films must include a title and credits. Films created as part of SU coursework are acceptable. Films may not feature nudity, on screen sex acts, on screen drug use, or extreme uses of profanity. Films must be submitted as digital file (Quicktime .mov format) to the Media Production Center by the April 15 deadline. We do not accept VHS tapes, mini DV tapes, DVD’s, mpegs, avis, or other formats. If you need help converting your film, drop by the Media Production Center on the first floor of the Library. Films not conforming to these standards risk not being screened for judging, or discarded out of hand. One submission per producer, although students may serve as support crew on multiple films. Please note, film submission does not guarantee screening. SUFF reserves the right to withhold screening or to deny submission for any reason and at any time. Submitted film files become the property of SUFF. You retain ownership of the copyright to your work, but you, the filmmaker, grant an unlimited, royalty free, license to SUFF, its entities and affiliates, to use all submitted content at its discretion (this includes but is not limited to posting your film to YouTube and Vimeo, using your film or portions thereof in future SUFF promotions, creating SUFF compilations, etc.).

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