Hosted by the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Visions is the only peer-reviewed, student-led, undergraduate joint film festival and conference. This unique pairing offers the opportunity for both emerging filmmakers and scholars to showcase their work in a diverse, scholarly environment. Visions is designed, managed, programmed, produced, and presented by undergraduate students for undergraduate students. We are especially excited for this year’s virtual festival and conference, as we’ve reimagined our festival to deliver the experiences through the screen of your choice. The festival will take place March 24-28, 2021.
All film and paper submissions must have been completed between January 2019 and January 2021 by undergraduate students to be considered. No works-in-progress will be accepted. Submission related inquiries should be directed to Samuel Farance at VisionsFFCProgramming@gmail.com.
· Early Submission Deadline: December 7th, 2020
· Regular Film Submission Deadline: January 4th, 2021
· Paper Abstract Submission Deadline: January 4th, 2021 *DEADLINE EXTENDED*
· Late Film Submission Deadline: January 25th, 2021
OFF is an alternative film festival, born with passion and creativity in 1975. OFF supports and celebrates the short film genre, and works to support Danish and International film culture. We are open for submission for the next edition of our international short film festival which will take place August 30 – September 5, 2021. We accept films of any genre with a maximum duration of 30 minutes, and which finished production in 2020 or 2021. Applications are due March 15, 2021. Details here. We were able to hold our 2020 festival both in real life in Odense and online at our streaming platform. No matter what happens with Covid-19 restrictions, the festival will happen – and we have the knowledge and means to make it great in 2021 both online and offline.
Applications are open for the 2021 FUTURE NOW Media & Entertainment Conference, which will take place online May 26 – 28, 2021. We at FUTURE NOW are committed to being a resource and industry hub for students at a time when many are feeling anxious and isolated and unsure about how to access the industry and start their careers. Application deadline is March 1, 2021. Apply here.
Humanities Education and Research Association call for papers for the Virtual Conference which will take place March 4-6, 2021.
HERA’s Undergraduate Humanities Prize A prize of $500 will be awarded to the best undergraduate conference paper that addresses race, ethnicity, gender, or sexuality. Creative presentations, readings, and exhibitions are also welcomed. Undergraduate students applying for the prize, must indicate this on their submission abstract.
HERA Undergraduate Research Prize A prize of $1,000 will be awarded to the best undergraduate conference paper (or divided among a panel of papers), sponsored by an attending professor (with a $500 prize awarded to the professor). See HERA’s website for more details. Creative presentations, readings, and exhibitions are also welcomed. Undergraduate students may apply for only one of the two undergraduate prizes.
Questions may be directed to the conference organizer, Marcia Green (firstname.lastname@example.org). Presentation time for individual papers is limited to 15-20 minutes. More information at heraconference.org. Deadline for submission: no later than January 25, 2021.
The BlueCat Screenplay Competition, now in its 23rd year, is accepting submissions for its 2021 competition. BlueCat remains committed to the undiscovered writer and continues its tradition of providing written analysis on every script submitted. The Late Deadline is Sunday, December 13, 2020. All feature, pilot and short scripts submitted by December 13, 2020 will receive a written analysis and will be eligible for resubmission. All scripts submitted (Features, Pilots and Shorts) are eligible to win the Grand Prize of $5,000.
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Click on the final draft icon and you should be able to use the software the same way that you would in the lab. One very important detail is that you should backup and save regularly to your computer and should not rely on saving to the desktop on the virtual machine.
If you are a currently enrolled student you now have access to Adobe Creative Cloud on your laptop or home desktop computer. Here’s a little screencast to show you how to access and download the software on your personal laptop computer.
My name is Alison Weinlaeder (Midd ’06) and I’m starting up a small online wellness company in St. Paul, Minnesota. I’m seeking a Middlebury student intern to support editing video content to be uploaded to the company website. The intern should have familiarity with video editing software and is welcome to use whatever software they prefer. All footage has already been shot, student intern will work to edit and add graphics, voiceover content, etc. If interested, the student could also support development of photos and written content for the website www.cardiomelon.com (set to launch April 2020). This is a very exciting opportunity for someone interested in helping a brand new company launch.
Interns who have interest in film, video editing, fitness, wellness, and neuroscience will find this experience particularly rewarding. Anticipate 10-12 hours/week but can be flexible. Position is 100% remote, so you can work where and when you want. Desired dates are mid-Feb through May 2020, and also summer 2020. Currently unpaid, but we are happy to work with Middlebury if you would like to receive credit for the experience. Has potential to become a paid freelance position in the future for the right candidate. Please feel free to email Alison Weinlaeder at email@example.com if you have questions.
Last summer there was an auction of a large farm in Addison County. On my phone I recorded some video and photos of the day’s events. I would like to assemble them in a narrative that might be several minutes long. Ideally I would like to include some titles and perhaps some voice narration. It’s conceivable the project could expand beyond the studio and even involve more filming/interviews. I am a retired schoolteacher and have a good deal of flexibility with my schedule. I have no experience in documentary filmmaking but I am looking forward to getting started. I don’t have a budget per se but am willing to compensate at whatever the appropriate hourly rate is.