FFXis a high school level student film festival in Reno, Nevada.
The "X" in FFX is an annually changing theme and this year's category X is Movie Trailers. The theme only applies to the Category X: Movie Trailers category. FFX also features contest categories of Short Film (any genre), Experimental Film, Music Video, Documentary Short, News Package, and PSAs.
2020 marks the festival's eighth year, following up on successful Zombie, Superhero, Sci-Fi, Silent Film, Classic Western, Film Noir, and Literary Adaptation themed Festivals in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019.
FFX is open to all Northern Nevada High School students and has been designed to provide a public screening for student work in an atmosphere of independent competition modeled after established Film Festivals all over the world.
Awards include official FFX Finalist Certificates, trophies/plaques, memorabilia, X Trophies for Best Fiction, Best Non-Fiction, and Best in Show, and may include cash* awards in certain categories.
The Festival FFX 2020 will feature a public screening of all Finalists (top three in each category) followed by Awards presentations on May 24, 2020, 10am - 2pm at The Academy of Arts, Careers, and Technology in Reno.
Director: Bob Zorn - Video Production/Photography - Academy of Arts, Careers and Technolgy, Reno.