Student Experimental Film Festival
The Student Experimental Film Festival in Binghamton, also known as SEFF Binghamton, is an annual, two-day film festival featuring experimental short films made by student filmmakers from across the country. Held in Binghamton, NY, the festival is organized and run by students at Binghamton University enrolled in the Curating Film & Video course offered by the Cinema department. Running since 2010, SEFF is one of several projects that Binghamton University's Cinema department organizes to celebrate its experimental roots.
About the Binghamton University Cinema Department
The Cinema department was founded by Ken Jacobs and Larry Gottheim in 1969 and has been made up of many notable filmmakers and scholars over the years, such as Steve Anker, Stephanie Barber, Alan Berliner, Gregg Biermann, Daniel Eisenberg, Ariana Gerstein, Richard Herskowitz, J. Hoberman, Bill T. Jones, Mark LaPore, Mark McElhatten, Ken Ross, Rene Shafransky, Phil Solomon, Art Spiegelman, Phil Weisman, and Adam Zucker.