John Carroll is hosting its first-ever student-run film festival to showcase and celebrate talent by student filmmakers. The festival will take place on March 26, 2010 in the John Carroll School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m.
Students in high school and college are eligible to submit a film for consideration by the festival judges. The film must be at least 30 seconds and no longer than 20 minutes in length. Objectionable content will not be accepted (keep the rating between G and PG-13!).
Long (10-20 minutes) and short (less than 10 minutes) films will be divided into three categories: comedy, drama, and animation.
All films must be submitted on a DVD along with a completed information sheet. You can download the information sheet HERE.
Mail or hand-deliver your film by March 16, 2010 to:
The John Carroll School
703 E. Churchville Rd.
Bel Air, MD 21014
Remember, submissions must be received by March 16th. All films must be between 30 seconds and 20 minutes in length and must not contain objectionable content.
Students chosen to have their films featured during the festival will be notified via e-mail by March 20th.
This will mark John Carroll’s first film festival, presented for students by students. The event will be a great opportunity for young filmmakers to express their talent and “get their feet wet” in the film business.
Judges will include Mr. William Boniface, the Harford County Council President, and Mr. George Stover, a film producer.
For more information, log on to the John Carroll Film Festival’s official site at www.jcfilmfestival.weebly.com. Further queries may be sent to email@example.com.
The John Carroll School is a Catholic, independent, college-preparatory, co-educational school for grades 9-12, located on a 72-acre campus in Bel Air, Harford County. Named for America’s first Catholic archbishop, the school’s core values are drawn from his example as priest, patriot and scholar; the school provides a Catholic foundation of values, challenging academics and real-life experiences that prepares its students to embrace opportunities and excel as responsible participants in a global society.
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