The films for the Spring 2016 Student Film and Video Show have been selected. All of the selected filmmakers have been contacted. Competition was very stiff as there were many great films submitted. In the interest of keeping the running time of the show reasonable, the faculty jury was not able to program all of the films they wanted to. If your film was not selected, please do not be discouraged. The School is planning two additional student film shows for the next school year – one in the Fall and one in Winter – and your film may be programmed for one of those shows.
Thank you to all of the students who submitted films. If you have any questions, please direct them to Prof. Morrow at email@example.com.
The Student Film and Video Show is scheduled to begin at 7:00pm on Friday, June 3rd, in Lincoln Hall room 75. The screening is free and open to the public.
The OREGON PRODUCTION AWARD is an open competition in which filmmakers are asked to make a short 2 – 3 minute film on the topic of “The Frame.”
What is it? How does it relate to filmmaking? Why is it so important? Is it important? What’s on the other side? Us? All of these deep questions and more can be investigated. Filmmakers are invited to submit their films to Ben Popp, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 1, 2016. The top ten films will be screened throughout the Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival this November 10 – 19, 2016.
The winning film will receive $1,000 in cash, or $1,500 in cash (if film is shot outside of Portland) from theGovernor’s Office of Film and Television to be applied towards making a film to be screened the following year. In addition, we are working with the Oregon Media Production Association (OMPA) and its members to contribute in-kind production donations to help you along the way.
So get cracking (but don’t crack the frame)!
More info here:
Lake Oswego High School Student
The title of project: Interview with someone from a Historical era
Description project: I have a video I did on someone who lived in the Cold War era and I need it trimmed. It is about 90 minutes and I need about 15 pieces trimmed out of my Video so I can put it in a power point presentation. After I do my presentation which means putting content in each slide following the trim I would love someone to look at it and make it look good for my presentation.
Needed ASAP as it is due June 1.
$20.00 an hour. Hoping it won’t take more than 2 hours.
Files are on Google Drive.
Contact: Bryan Gilmore, 503-267- 9937
New teen/family series, Dani’s Bucket List, that will shoot its initial episodes in the Lake Oswego area on June 14 & 15.
Looking for three dedicated/hard-working production assistants. These are paid positions (but no one is getting rich!)
We have a highly professional crew (DP has 35+ years in the industry and the same can be said about the gaffer, audio engineer, etc.) and a brilliant professional cast.
Check out PSU Film student Juliette Sanchez directing her NFP 3 film project “Traffic” in these production stills!
Students, if you have production stills to share, send them as attachments in an email to Prof. Morrow at email@example.com.