The Super Geek Film Festival screens films which are geek, geek interest, geek culture, comics, gaming, animation, anime, manga, science fiction, fantasy, RPG, robotics, technology, and more. Films will be presented from all kinds of filmmakers, both professional and amateur. We showcase some of the most sensational geek films from around the world representing the best in documentary, narrative, animation, experimental and fan films. For film enthusiasts, this festival not only showcases films and panels, but also offers workshops from professional directors, producers, and actors to provide valuable insight to those with an interest in filmmaking.
The 2016 Super Geek Film Festival will take place this December 9-10-11 as part of Paradise City Comic Con, located in the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center.
Programming will include film screenings, panels, parties, Q&A’s, workshops and so much more. Hours for this year’s festival are as follows (subject to change):
Friday, December 9: 12:30pm-1:00am
Saturday, December 10: 10:30am-2:00am
Sunday, December 11: 10:30am-8:00pm
Detailed programming and schedule information will be released in the coming weeks. For the most up-to-date information, make sure to follow the Super Geek Film Festival on Facebook and Twitter or join the conversation by using the hashtag #SGFF on social media.
The categories for judging will be for the following categories:
Best Feature – Any category, (length over 45 minutes)
Best Short Film – Any category (length under 45 minutes)
Best Comedy – Short or Feature
Best Suspense/Horror – Short or Feature
Best Action – Short or Feature
Best Drama – Short or Feature
Best Animation – Short or Feature
Best Student Film:
Undergraduate: Films of any length can be considered in this category must be directed and produced by students currently enrolled in undergraduate level studies. Graduate students may submit in the Feature or Short film categories appropriate for the genre of their film.
High School: Films of any length can be considered in this category must be directed and produced by students currently attending high school or GED program AND be younger than 21 years old.
Audience Award: Short or Feature films in any category are judged by audience voting at the event.