The Kids Film It Festival is now accepting entries for 2017 in the age categories of 8-11, 12-14 and 15-18, and in the genres of Film, Animation and Music. The maximum length of an entry is five minutes.
The festival was started by 13-year-old Ryan Levine last year as a way to give kids a platform to submit their films to a festival and raise money for Parkinson’s research. All proceeds will benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation.
The films will be judged by Marc Buckland (producer/director, “My Name Is Earl”), Todd Lieberman (producer, Mandeville Films and Television) and GCFC President Ivan Schwarz. Prizes include $500 Best Buy gift cards and GoPro cameras.