The Reynolda Film Festival
The Reynolda Film Festival was born from the creative hearts and minds of Wake Forest University students in the Fall of 2007. WAKE TV, the university’s private television station, established the festival as a way to revive the film culture on campus. Three years later, the film festival has become one of the fastest-growing and most anticipated events both on campus and in the city of Winston-Salem, NC.
The mission of the Reynolda Film Festival has always been to entertain, inspire, and challenge people of ages. The festival places an equal emphasis on both its worldwide student film competition and its unique opportunities presented through speakers, panels, and special sessions. Past speakers have included directors, producers, artists, documentary filmmakers, animators, production department managers, studio supervisors, and Academy Award nominees. All events are free and open to the public
Through the film competition, students from countries around the world have been involved in the Reynolda Film Festival. Their films have been critiqued by panels of peer and professional judges, making the competition an even more appealing opportunity.
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