Piedmont, SC (PRWEB) January 13, 2014
ProAm USA, a manufacturer of production equipment for film and video enthusiasts and professionals, today announced its 2014 International Student Film Competition. Designed to encourage budding filmmakers, the competition is free to enter and open to students currently enrolled in accredited high schools, colleges and universities worldwide. A Hollywood jury, which includes The Walking Dead writer Curtis Gwinn, Law & Order actor Ash Christian and Chicago International Film Festival jury organizer Bohus Blahut, will evaluate the student films. They will be judged on film narrative, originality and execution of chosen genre. The entry deadline for the Student Film Competition is March 16, 2014. Finalists will be announced on March 24, 2014, and winners will be announced on April 4, 2014.
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ProAm and its jury of Hollywood players will judge student films and award prizes to the filmmaker and his or her school. The competition will also feature a People’s Choice voting period; the public can visit http://www.ProAmUSA.com/vote2014 to choose their favorite student film beginning on January 20, 2014.
ProAm 2014 International Student Film Competition Jury
Rules and Regulations
1) Must be 18 or over and a student currently enrolled at a high school, college or university
2) Must create a film that is entirely original in content
3) Film must be between one and three minutes in duration, not including credits
4) One entry per student or team
5) Restrictions: a. Explicitly offensive language or images; b. Explicitly graphic sexual content
6) All films must be submitted in spoken English or supported with English subtitles
7) Films must be submitted in .MOV/AVI format
For more information and to enter the ProAm USA 2014 International Student Film Competition, please visit http://www.proamusa.com/student2014.
About ProAm USA
Drawing from experience in the video and film industry, ProAm USA began in 2003 and launched its first uniquely designed camera crane in 2004. It was the first tool-less camera crane and one of the first made specifically for consumer and prosumer cameras. Over 10 years, ProAm has become the innovation leader in camera mounting systems with products used worldwide by film and video professionals. ProAm’s mission is to make it easy to shoot amazing video and create incredible films by manufacturing well-designed, superior quality crane and jib systems for high-end hobbyists and professional photographers and filmmakers.