The University Film and Video Association (UFVA) is a not-for-profit organization and the leading association in the United States dedicated to the promotion and study of moving image practice in higher education.
Best practices in education and pedagogical innovation
Conferences, lectures, exhibitions and festivals with industry peers
The production, distribution and preservation of moving images
International and intercultural understanding and good will
2020 UFVA Conference
The 74th Conference was held online from July 27 to July 30, 2020.
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The Motion Picture Association is hosting a new #FilmSchoolFriday event - this time about sustainability in production! Don't miss our conversation, co-hosted with the Producers Guild of America, Sustainable Production [...]
UFVA encourages excellence in media practice and pedagogy with a number of initiatives which include grants, fellowships, awards, the Journal of Film and Video and the Annual Conference.
Founded in 1947 as The University Film Producers Council with eighteen members. Today UFVA membership represents 300+ institutions of higher education worldwide. UFVA encourages membership from all backgrounds, races, ethnicities, ages and identities.
The Annual Conference is a unique event of its kind, bringing together UFVA’s international membership for peer reviewed screenings, panels, workshops, papers, and presentations over a five-day period at an academic institution in the US.
UFVA awards $11,000 per year to students of member institutions in support of production grants and fellowships. For more information visit: Carole Fielding Production Grants and Graduate Student Fellowships.