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HOLLYWOOD — A tribute to the late James Coburn will mark the launch of the inaugural Intl. Student Film Festival Hollywood, set for Sept. 3 at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Event will include presentations by Coburn’s widow Paula and George Hickenlooper, who directed Coburn in “The Man From Elysian Fields,” followed by a screening of that film.

Fest will run through Sept. 7 in the NoHo Arts District of North Hollywood and present 120 films from 18 countries competing for honors in 13 categories. Event received more than 275 submissions from high school and college students worldwide.

The judges include Patrice Courtaban, chief operating officer of TV5, USA; Jerry Jaskulski, line producer of “America’s Funniest Home Videos”; feature editor Julie Janata; Brendan Shanahan of Wolf Films; Brian Goldberg, technical director for Digital Domain; Gene Braunstein, documentary writer-producer, Passport Prods.; Kevin McKenna, founder of Investigative Documentaries Educating American Society; and vocal coach David Coury.

All access passes are available for $120; VIP tickets are available for the opening night event for $55 and general admission tickets for the event are $35.