The Princeton Student Film Festival is sponsored by the Princeton Public Library. The mission of the festival is to encourage and support the work of youth filmmakers (ages 14-25) in a range of genres and styles, with the opportunity and a venue for the filmmakers to show their work to a broad audience.
The 16th annual Princeton Student Film Festival will be held July 17 & 18, 2019 at the Princeton Public Library, starting 6:30 pm both nights. There will be Q&A’s with filmmakers following their films.
2019 Official Selections
Wednesday July 17
What Could Go Wrong? by Jillian Roche
Dive by Tenzin Yougyal
Free Samples by Charles de Agustin
Prom Queens by Talia Zinder, Megan Massey and Cory Souto
Sans Gravité by Charline Parisot, Jérémy Cissé, Fioretta Cosmidis, Caterina Flore, Maud Lemaître-Blanchart and Ludovic Abraham
World Within by Sakshi Jain
Stacy by Julia Delmedico
Strength in Numbers by Christopher Cuervo
Strings Attached by Peri Segel
Thursday July 18
Wallflower by Emily Stalbird
Tethering Crystals by Oladayo Alade
Title Track by Chris Giuseppini
Break Down by Emmett Goodman
Show and Tell by Sakshi Gurnani
E-571 by GianMarco Parente, John Harnos, Joe Chanice, and Dave Coletti
Seismology by James Tralie
Vigil by Samuel Spencer
Winter Vampire/Summer Humans by Nick Fulfaro
Thanks to everyone who submitted their films to the festival!