CONTESTS & FILM FESTIVALS
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ZOOM 48-hour Student Film Festival

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Registration Deadline: October 31st, 2011
Zoom Weekend: November 4th - 6th, 2011

Film, Friends, Camera rolling…..48 hours to test your filmmaking skills and win a prize!
Mulgrave ZOOM Film Festival is in its 12th year and has one of the highest participation rates of any student film competition in the province of British Columbia. Filmmakers have 48 hours to plan, shoot and produce a finished film. During the tension-packed 48 hours students will conceptualize, write, shoot, edit, post and drop-off their (up to) six-minute film to be judged by BC industry professionals. Zoomfest films are a true look into today’s youth culture, last year there were over 100 films from more than 40 BC schools


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BCAA Dry Grad Video Challenge

The 2011/2012 BCAA Dry Grad Video Challenge starts September 26, 2011! (The contest deadline is November 14th.)
If you’re a grade 12 student in B.C. or the Yukon during the 2011/2012 school year, the $4,000 BCAA Dry Grad Video Challenge is an opportunity for you to create a video message that speaks to other students about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, inspire them to make responsible choices and not drive while impaired.
Then submit your video for the chance to win up to $4,000 for your school’s dry grad celebrations!


• Congratulations to Test 429 for placing 3rd in the competitive narrative film category! You can watch this entry on the CinemaOwls YouTube channel.

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BC Student Film Festival - Note: This festival is now closed.

Information is now available for the 2011festival on the BCSFF website. Check-out categories, rules, and deadlines! Please be aware that all entries must be properly submitted to Ms. Holmwood by Spring Break (no later!).


48 Hour Film Challenge:


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This May the Centre for Arts and Technology presents the 48 Hour Film Challenge. Write, shoot, and edit your own film in a weekend!




Why Media Matters:


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The Gulf Islands Film and Television School presents the:

Why Media Matters Contest - Want a free scholarship to GIFTS this summer? Create a short video or write an essay and then submit it to the online contest. One person from each school will receive a scholarship to attend GIFTS film school this summer. Plus there are tons of tuition discounts for runner-up prize winners.




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Racism. Stop It! National Video Competition.