Screentest: The National Student Film Festival

There is a festival showing student-made films only. You can enter your film for free, click the link below and the deadline is on 15th December.

I managed to contact the festival, asking about the copyright on both music and media footage and they say:

'Unfortunately yes, we do require copyright for music used. We find a lot of our film submissions include music by the director or someone they know who works with music, so you could potentially do this as an alternative'.

If you do have a copyrighted material in your film, you can't put your film unless you have to get permission from the owners of the copyrighted material or you'll end up by pay a lot of money when the owners would sue you if it is shown in festival or the festival won't accept your film without the owner's permission.

Winner of 2014 Screen Test. - Explore this incredible, heartwarming bond even further in their new book, Haatchi and Little B - in stores July 8! Last year we made this film as part of our documentary filmmaking course at the University of Hertfordshire. We managed to find this special family and document an incredible few months of their lives.