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This page outlines the judging rubric for the Five-Minute Film Festival and introduces the panel of celebrity judges who will determine the winners.
Five-Minute Film Festival Judges
Robyn Kopp works as associate producer at Actual Films, a documentary production company based in San Francisco. She earned her MFA in Cinema from SFSU in 2013, and in 2014 her short film Lividity screened at 5 international film festivals. Since joining Actual Films she has gone on to associate produce the feature documentary "Audrie & Daisy" which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival where it was picked up by Netflix Originals. Robyn was recently an associate producer of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, the follow up feature documentary to An Inconvenient Truth, featuring former Vice President Al Gore.
PETE [stringfellow] is a formally trained musician, vocalist, and actor with three college degrees in music and a masters degree in interactive multimedia. Immediately out of college, he signed his first record contract with Classified Records (of Sony) as a songwriter, producer and recording engineer. Best known as a country artist, he has also written and produced original songs for over 150 movies and television shows, including Meet the Parents, Matchstick Men, Next Friday, The Simpsons, Southpark, and recently composed the score to the movie “New.” As an actor, Stringfellow has appeared in several commercials, movies, and TV shows including ABC’s hit drama “Nashville.” He has a starring role in an upcoming feature film coming out later this year. He divides his time between Nashville, Tennessee and Santa Rosa, California.