SBVC International Student Film Fest and Wolverine Con

March 31st to April 1st, 2021


2021 Film Submissions –LOOKING FOR NEW VOICES!!

Submissions are now open for the 9th Annual San Bernardino Valley College International Student Film Festival and Expo to be held at San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC).

Submissions are online at:

The SBVC International Student Film Festival and Wolverine Con gives students from high school through graduate school an opportunity to exhibit their work to an audience of film enthusiasts and professionals. This event features a variety of virtual events starting March 31st, an expo/career fair, cos play competition, panels, and of course the film festival which will stream live with best a pest of screening hitting our local airwaves that reach LA on KVCR-TV.



Early Bird – January 29, 2021

Late – March 1, 2021


Note: Entry fees are in U.S. Dollars, are per film and are non-refundable. The Festival reserves the right to disqualify a submission, without refund of any kind, if eligibility requirements are not met including if eligibility status changes post-submission.

Students: The SBVC International Student Film Festival and Expo requires students to provide a copy of their current registration receipt.  


Event Description

The San Bernardino Valley College International Student Film Festival presented by the

SBVC Institute of Media Arts, hosts an annual festival dedicated solely to screening work created by students enrolled in high school, undergraduate and graduate programs. By focusing on student films, we are bringing together a community of filmmakers who share the common goal of education and artistic expression. Programming is aimed towards creating a rich pallet of unique perspectives thereby exposing our audience to new concepts, stories, and people. Our award program is considered with a jury panel made up of industry professionals. Awards are given with the intent to enhance student films by supplying added financial backing to their projects and decreasing the stress of raising money while creating films and going to school. Most importantly the festival will give talented students a sound board from which to be heard and motivate them to further delve into their craft.



Grand Jury

Best High School

Best Web Series Pilot

Best Fan Film

Best Narrative

Best Documentary

Best Animation

Best Direction

Best Writing

Best Cinematography

Best Editing

Best Sound Design

Best Lead Actor

Best Lead Actress



Assorted Camera Technology Grand Jury Winner

Assorted Cash Prizes for:

Best High School, Narrative, Documentary, Animation, Best Actor and Actress, and Best Direction.

Final Draft License – Best Screenplay


Various other gift cards and prizes*More awards to be announced soon.