Student Video Competition

Student Night - Videography Workshop and a Movie - September 13, 2:45-4:00 PM at the Figge Art Museum

Student Video Competition

River Action and Fresh Films will be accepting 3-5 minute video on local environmental issues related to the Mississippi River by students this year for submission into our QC Environmental Film Series Student Video Competition. The deadline for submitting videos for the competition is November 15, 2020. Each winning video will receive a $100 cash prize, $150 will be given to the student's teacher to be used in their classroom, be featured in an article in the Eddy Magazine, and have their video be shown during the 2021 QC Environmental Film Series and featured on Fresh Films Platforms. Students may work on their videos individually or in teams. There will be two winners selected from the middle school student submissions, two from the high school student submissions, and two from the college student submissions. Video submissions will be judged by Fresh Films and in partnership with the Fresh Film Fall Video Challenge.

On September 13, River Action has invited a professional videographer to come to the Figge Art Museum to lead a workshop for students, middle school through college, to learn how to write, shoot, and edit their own videos. We will meet at the Figge Art Museum at 2:45 in the afternoon for the film workshop. After the workshop students are invited to attend, for free, the QC Environmental Film Series showing of the Deer 139, Brower Youth Awards and Shorts of Conservation Activists in the Figge theater. Students are not required to attend the September 13 workshop in order to submit a video to the competition.

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