High School Students Can Serve On Montclair Film Festival’s Junior Jury

Friday, Feb 10, 2017 8:00am

The Montclair Film Festival is offering students in grades 10 to 12 an exciting opportunity to serve on the 2017 Junior Jury. Jurors will meet industry professionals and will learn how to analyze and adjudicate films. They will receive MFF student memberships and VIP treatment with free access and reserved seats for select films. After deliberating and selecting the best film in its category, the jurors will present the Junior Jury Award as part of the Montclair Film Festival’s Award Ceremony on Saturday, May 6.

Students must be:

• In Grades 10 – 12.
• Available to attend an orientation prior to the festival.
• Available to screen select films throughout the festival (April 28 – May 6).
• Available to participate in jury deliberations and the MFF Award Ceremony on May 6

Apply at https://montclairfilmfest.org/Jury17/

Applications accepted through March 19, 2017. Jurors will receive notification and schedule by April 3, 2017.

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