Highlighting Student Filmmakers from West Virginia
Films should creatively engage STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and/or the Arts (e.g. performance, dance, theater, music, painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.) related themes, ideas, characters, and stories. Films may be animation, ﬁctional narratives, documentary, experimental or other.
Student ﬁlms will be judged by a panel of ﬁlmmakers and scientists. Selected ﬁlms will be screened at the 2019 WV STEM and the Arts Film Festival and compete for cash prizes.
DEADLINE: Tuesday, Feb 1, 2019 (midnight)
Submissions are free.
Competition Eligibility, Guidlines and Submission website: https://goo.gl/PSNkWfTwo Categories: College or High School (9-12)
Open to all current high school and college students in West Virginia.
Selected ﬁlms will be screened at the 2019 West Virginia STEM and the Arts Film Festival at Marshall University’s Performing Arts Center in Huntington West Virginia.
Submit your ﬁlm: https://goo.gl/PSNkWf
We prefer to receive screening copies as online streaming links – preferably Vimeo or You-Tube. Please add the public URL to your submission form and include a password if it is password protected.
If you have any questions regarding ﬁlm submissions, please email email@example.com.
We look forward to screening your ﬁlm!
The 2019 West Virginia STEM and the Arts Student Film Competition is sponsored in part by Marshall University’s College of Arts and Media and organized by the Video Production Program in partnership with West Virginia Alliance for STEM and the Arts @ http://www.wvallstar.org/ and the Green Bank Observatory, www.greenbankobservatory.org