pogTV Film Festival 2016
Calling Volusia County high school filmmakers. Port Orange Government Television (pogTV) seeks films for the 9th Annual pogTV Film Festival.

Thank you to our Film Festival Sponsor
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Festival Format
There is no fee. Students from Volusia County public and private high schools are eligible to submit films. For consideration, films must not be shorter than 2 minutes and no longer than 20 minutes in duration. Films with questionable language and content or deemed offensive by the Film Festival Governing Board (comprised of the Port Orange City Manager and pogTV Staff) may be omitted from the judging or edited in order for the film to air on pogTV. By submitting the entry form, you grant permission to the festival and pogTV to revise or edit your film.

Deadline: May 15, 2016 by 4:00 p.m.

Awards: First Place: $300 / Second Place: $50

Questions: 386-506-5522 or kdonahue@port-orange.org

2015 Film Festival Winners

"Yesterday’s Affections"
1st Place 2015 pogTV Film Festival
Filmmakers: Grant Godbee, Wayne Thweatt, Siobhan Guest from Mainland High School

"Teacher’s First Day"
2nd Place 2015 pogTV Film Festival
Filmmaker: Olivia Williams from Deltona High School


2014 Film Festival Winners

"Howling, Interlude"
1st Place 2014 pogTV Film Festival
Filmmaker: Remy Valdez from Deltona High School

"Copyright, Perfect Shade of Grey"
2nd Place 2014 pogTV Film Festival
Filmmaker: Grant Godbee from Mainland High School


2013 Film Festival Winners

"Hued" 1st Place 2013 pogTV Film Festival

"Howling" 2nd Place 2013 pogTV Film Festival

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