Founded in 2001 at Brown University by David Peck '03 and Justin Slosky '03, Ivy Film Festival has become one of the world’s largest film festivals for students, by students. We are dedicated to showcasing student filmmakers from around the world, creating channels for students to learn about the industry’s emerging discourses and innovations, and building a network between today’s pioneers and the next generation.
Ivy Film Festival is made up of 106 students from Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), and divided into 10 different internal departments.
Grace Attanasio, Nora Graham, Sasha Pinto, Karina Rotenstreich
Coordinators: Alex Westfall
Coordinators: Paty Garza, Claire Zhang
Coordinators: Alisa Caira, Izzy Di Rita, Emily Pluhar
Coordinators: Jessica Dibble, Joe Suddleson, Becca Wachter
Coordinators: Hannah Seckendorf
Coordinators: Annalie Brody, Jeewon Shin
Coordinators: Stella Binion, Caleb O’Brien, Yurema Perez-Hinojosa
Coordinators: Megan Kasselberg
Coordinators: Joshua Danielson, Nathaniel Kublin, Emma Weiss
Coordinators: Katie Friis
IFF is working to inspire the next generation of filmmakers by bringing IFF’s Official Selection to campuses across the country. The 2019 IFF Satellite Festival is partnering with the rest of the Ivy League and other film-minded institutions, creating an intercollegiate network of emerging filmmakers.
University of Chicago
School of Visual Arts
University of Pennsylvania
New York University
Prague Film School
University of California, Berkeley
University of Texas at Austin