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Elkhorn Valley/BEA D 7 Film and Media Conference

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The mission of the Elkhorn Valley/BEA D7 Film and Media Conference is to recognize achievements in filmmaking and video production by high school students, college students and amateurs. The conference accepts entries in several categories that are judged by industry professionals. Student and amateur filmmakers gather in an informal setting to attend panels, workshops, share ideas and techniques.

2016-17 Call For Entries Form

Categories

High School Division College/Amateur Division

Animation

Animation

Art/Experimental

Art/Experimental

Audio Production

Audio Production

Documentary

Documentary

Music Video

Music Video

Short Film

Short Film

Storyboard/Animatic

Storyboard/Animatic

Video/Broadcast Production

 

Submission Requirements

  • Fill out the Call for Entries Form (print and complete PDF entry form)
  • Up to two entries are permitted per form submission.
  • Submit video files on a DVD, audio files on a CD.
  • For mailed submissions: Include submission form, one DVD per entry with a synopsis of 150 words or less, per entry. Email your BIO (150 words or less), Your PHOTO, A synopsis of EACH entry (150 words or less, each) to somebody Robert Maass.
  • For online submissions: Attach the following documents to your submissions form - your bio (150 words or less), your photo,  a synopsis of each entry (150 words or less, each).
  • Entries may not exceed 15 minutes in length for judging purposes. Longer submissions can be entered but should be edited to 15 minutes for judging.

Important Dates

January 2017

2016-17 Call for Entries

Monday, April 17, 2017

Submissions deadline

Friday, May 19 & Saturday, May 20

Elkhorn Valley/BEA D7 Film and Media Conference







Sponsored by Metropolitan Community College and Broadcast Education Association District 7.
For more information contact Robert Maass, Video/Audio Arts Instructor, at 531-622-1437.

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