The 60-Second Film Fest (60SFF) is a contest that challenges students to tell a story in 60 seconds or less. Students from across all departments work in groups to compete for cash prizes. Student Video Productions first premiered the competition in 2013, and the contest can get up to 10 submissions.

Watch 2015's first place winner, Shotgun, directed by David Noa.

View all 10 of this year's submissions on the 60SFF Vimeo page.

Student Video Productions seeks to facilitate learning and creativity in the area of the video arts. Through campus-led projects, members gain video production experience with on-campus clients and participate in events such as film festivals and campus-wide productions.

Faculty/staff advisor(s)

Kemp Lyons