2020 Conference2021-01-16T17:27:55+00:00

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Keynote Speakers

Dr. Michael Wesch, Kansas State University opened the 74th UFVA Conference with intriguing ideas for online education. The closing keynote speaker was Ted Hope, a highly respected voice in independent film, formerly co-head of movies at Amazon Studios and author of Hope For Film: From the Frontline of the Independent Cinema Revolutions.

Conference Program

Our conference welcomed 533 attendees, with 136 sessions and 10 vendor booths. View the full conference program and speakers.

Conference Site

The 74th UFVA Conference site will remain active for a year. We encourage attendees to review files that were posted and visit session recordings by going to the individual session pages. Communication with other attendees is also available during the year.


Learn more about the the 74th UFVA Conference Awards by visiting the 2020 Conference Awards page.

UFVA Conference VP

Wenhwa Ts’ao


Submissions for films/scripts are closed


Submissions for papers/panels are closed

New Media

Submissions for new media are closed


Submissions for workshops are closed

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