SPEAK UP! International Student Film Festival

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SPEAK UP! International Student Film Festival

“SPEAK UP!” has functioned as a 1-3 day festival event (2007, 2008, 2009) showcasing student short film (20 minutes and under) by post-secondary and high school students in Ontario and across Canada. As of “SPEAK UP! 2008”, our festival opened an International category to allow students from overseas to submit their work. The city of Mississauga residents have this special opportunity to see international student work in their community.

“SPEAK UP” will be a 2 day festival that will include: and Opening Gala, 2 screenings comprised of student shorts films under 20 minutes, 2 workshops/seminars (open to the public), Awards presentation, and Closing Gala.

Deadline: Second week of May each year.


Mission Statement

To announce the vision, mind and voices of students through cinema.



Contact SPEAK UP! International Student Film Festival

SPEAK UP! International Student Film Festival

Office Phone: 416-709-9763

http://www.speakupfilmfest.com