Interview with Festival Director Travis Gonzalez (Yale Student Film Festival)

Festival Reviews

The Yale Student Film Festival (YSFF) is an emerging student-run short film festival, providing the opportunity for university-level filmmakers, both foreign and domestic, to exhibit their work. It will be held on Yale University’s campus April 18th – 23rd.2016.

Interview with Travis Gonzalez:

Matthew Toffolo: What is your Film Festival succeeding at doing for filmmakers?

Travis Gonzalez: I think the Yale Student Film Festival succeeds at providing a large platform for filmmakers who may not attend a university known for it’s film production students. At Yale, it’s currently the most visible exhibition of our small community of filmmakers, whose work generally will only be seen by a handful of close friends and family (unless they choose to apply to other festivals). YSFF offer visibility where there previously was very little. By opening up the submission process to university-level filmmakers internationally, we are hoping to connect Yalie artists with the larger network…

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By matthewtoffolo

Filmmaker and sports fan. CEO of the WILDsound Film and Writing Festival

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