Film Festival with Screenings
Festember, NIT Trichy
About RRFF: Rolling Reels Short-Film Festival (RRFF) is a non-profit, student-run organization established in 2015. Presented by Festember, the biggest cultural festival of South-India, RRFF is a venture aimed at establishing a platform for young filmmakers to interact and learn from the veterans in this field. Event Structure: The participants would be given a time period of about 3 months to send in their entries after which bten movies would be filtered first by a preliminary panel of judges. The shortlisted movies are then screened on the day of the Festival which are judged by an A-list jury comprising of maestros of the film industry. Aside from the event, RRFF also hosts an extravagant workshop and a panel discussion on a topic that concerns the industry. Our Past: RRFF is proud to have hosted talks by notable figures such as R Velraj, Praveen Anthony, Sreekar Prasad, Vignesh Shivan, Ravi K Chandran, Santosh Sivan, Pratap Poten, Balaji Mohan, Ashwin Saravanan, Karthick Naren, Richard Kevin, Jayaprakash, Mithran, Rathnakumar, Bejoy Nambiar, Vijay Murugan, Amala Akkineni, Late Shri Biren Das Sharma, DRK Kiran, Sainath Thottapalli and many other pioneers of the film industry. The previous edition of RRFF was proud to have esteemed directors Mr. Mohan Raja, Mr. Lingusamy in the judging panel. RRFF’18 also witnessed an editing workshop conducted by Ruben and an association with Gautam Vasudev Menon’s Ondraga Entertainment. In the 2016 edition of RRFF, we had the pleasure of hosting Mr. Ramalingam, the art director of the movie Kabali to conduct a workshop. We had also associated with the film Thoongavanam during Festember 2015 and Chennai to Singapore during Festember 2016. We at RRFF have been extremely happy to associate ourselves with names like 24AM Studios, Behindwoods, Smile Settai, Chennai 104.8 FM, Jaipur International Film Festival, BookMyshow.
Prizes worth INR 1,00,000 to be awarded.
Kindly refer https://festember.com/rulebook.pdf for the rules and regulations.