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"J. Emmett Winn" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 26 Sep 2004 11:58:11 -0500
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CFE: Student Video Competition $1000 First Prize

The Auburn Film Society is pleased to announce its 2005 Movie Gallery
Student Video Competition and issue this Call for Entries.  Competition
is open to U.S. and International entries completed by students enrolled
in accredited colleges or universities for the College Videomaker
category, and students enrolled in accredited high schools or
equivalents for the High School Videomaker category. The maximum total
running time allowed for entries is 22 minutes. There are no minimum
length requirements for the videos. The videos should not be more than 2
years old and cannot have been previously submitted to the Movie Gallery
Student Video Competition.

Deadline: Entries received by February 4, 2005
Entry Fee: $25.00 per entry

Category 1: College Videomaker
First Place: $1000 (U.S.$)
Second Place: $600 (U.S.$)
Third Place: $275 (U.S.$)

Category 2: High School Videomaker
First Place: $1000 (U.S.$)
Second Place: $600 (U.S.$)
Third Place: $275 (U.S.$)

Animation; Documentary (mini-documentaries, news, news features,
historical events, biographies, etc.); Abstract/Experimental (abstract
and experimental non-narrative films, music videos, poetry, dance,
dramatic readings, etc.); Short fictional stories; Political/Social

The competition is now in its 8th exciting year.  Go to
for information, rules, and entry forms.

You can also contact
Ms. Danielle Williams
Movie Gallery Student Video Competition Director
Department of Communication & Journalism
217 Tichenor Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5211

Direct questions to Ms. Williams at the above address, email her at
[log in to unmask] or call 334-844-2887.

The Auburn Film Society is a non-profit, officially sanctioned student
organization at Auburn University

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