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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Hong-Sik Yu <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 25 Feb 1997 19:30:58 CDT
TCF Dept./University of Alabama
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*This information was distributed to subscribers several days ago. There was
  mistakes, so a corrected message is distributing again.
The Prizes
The winning entries will be aired nationwide via the Christopher
closeup television series. In addition, winners will receive the
following cash awards:
First Prize-$3,000    Second Prizw-$2,000   Thrid prize-$1,000
Important ;
Entries Due: June 6, 1997.
Winners Notified: Sptember 5, 1997.
The Theme;
One person can make a difference.
College students are invited to interpret the Christopher belief that
it's always people who shape our world for the better. Whether
individuals express their concerns working alone or within the
framework of a group, one person can make a difference.
Using any style or format, create on film or video an image                                             ^^^^^
expressing this theme, in five minutes, or less.
The Rules
* You are eligible to enter this contest if you are a currently
   enrolled college student in good standing.
* Complete an Official Entry Form for each submission. Form may be
* Entries must be submitted on 3/4-inch or VHS cassette-only
* Label cassette with entry title, length and the name and address of
Submission of this video signifies that the student has obtained
necessary clearances and gives broadcast rights permission. Winners
agree to the use of their work in any Christopher production:
broadcast, non-broadcast and/or promotional related to this contest.
All entries will be returned after winners are announced.
The Judging Process
Entried will be judged on:
  1. Contest-ability to capture the theme:
  2. Artistic and technical proficiency.
  3. Adherence to all contes rules.
Winners will be notified on September 5, 1997.
All entries will be judged by a panel selceted by the Christophers. A
blue Ribbon Jury comprised of  representatives from the media,
academia and The Christophers' Board of Directors will make the final
selection. Judges' decisions final. All prizes need not be awarded.
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