2016 BYU FINAL CUT
OCTOBER 13 & 14
About the Festival
October 13-14, 2016 – Pardoe Theatre, HFAC
The BYU Final Cut Film Festival is a student-produced, student-created film festival. Over a period of several evenings, we screen a collection of the best fiction films, documentaries, commercials, and animations that students create here at BYU. Final Cut is sponsored by the BYU Theatre and Media Arts department and the Student Film Association. The purpose of this festival is to encourage students to create and watch meaningful and creative media. Festival submissions are open to all current BYU students.
Qualify to Submit a Film
You must be a Current or Recent (graduated in the past year) Student at BYU-Provo to submit. Your film must also meet BYU honor code standards and the TMA Viewing Policy
Submit Your Film Online
Submit your film the the Final Cut Festival page at FilmFreeway.com (Click link below)
Submit By September 23
All submissions must be received before 11:59pm on September 23, 2016. Late entries will not be accepted or reviewed
Get Notified If You Got In
Although we would love to show every film submitted to Final Cut, due to time restrictions we have to go through a selection processes. We will let you know if you got in by October 1.
Tell Everyone to Come and See Your Film
Now that you are in, you want people to see your film so let your friends and family know to come see your film!
“The most honest form of filmmaking is to make a film for yourself”
– Peter Jackson
Tickets are available online at BYUarts.com and at the HFAC Box Office.
There will be two programs screened at Final Cut, each about 75 minutes long. There are two screenings each night of the festival with an awards ceremony after the last screening on Friday. The Programs will go as follows:
Thursday, October 13:
7:00pm – Program A
9:00pm – Program B
Friday, October 14:
7:00pm – Program B
9:00pm – Program A
10:35pm – Final Cut Award Ceremony (Free event)
The Festival is held in the Pardoe Theatre located in the Harris Fine Arts Center