Evangel Christian Academy
6:00-9:00 Silver Screen Award Ceremony
Lights, camera, action... Welcome to the 1st annual Eagle's Nest High School Film and Broadcast Fest.
High School filmmakers from around the area will showcase their work on the silver screen, April 24th, when Evangel Christian Academy Film and Broadcast department launches their first, short film and broadcast festival.
The fest will take place Saturday, April 24, 2010 beginning at 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. located at Evangel Christian Academy high school located at 7425 Broadacres Rd. All entries will be shown at this time along with special guest speakers. The Academy Awards Party/Ceremony will be held 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the new, state of the art theater, screen located on the Evangel Academy elementary campus, 5720 Buncombe Rd.
Our goal is to introduce students to the fundamental and principles of motion picture and news production. It is also important to encourage students to learn the fundamental steps of visual storytelling. Eagle's Nest Film and Broadcast Fest will be a venue for high school students to showcase their work.
Any entry exceeding over the time limit will be disqualified.
Film: Short: Film - up to 20 mins
Documentary: 5 minutes and under
School Newscast: 5 minutes- Magazine or Conventional News
Sportscast: play by play of sporting event- 5 minutes.
Sporting event from your school.
PSA Commercial: 30 and 60 seconds
Animation: Up to 10 minutes
Human Interest Story: 5 minutes
Music Video: 5 minutes
**Any entry exceeding over the time limit will be disqualified.
Notice: Creative video productions that are entered into the Eagle's Nest High School Film and Broadcast Festival should reveal skill, imagination, creativity, and the power of visual story telling. Short films, documentaries, PSA's... judging places value of power of persuasion from point of view. Newscast and Sports... judging is placed on professionalism. Entries will avoid being explicitly violent, obscene, no sexual content and profanity. Contest entries should avoid any risky, questionable, or illegal activities. Such entries will be disqualified.
1. Do your own work... No plagiarism
2. Don't use any profanity or vulgarity. All scenes should be G Rated.
3. You cannot show drug use, tobacco or alcohol consumption, even if it’s an anti-drug PSA’s.
4. Only 10% of your work can contain commercially produced footage. Do not submit a re-edited version of a commercial video that you didn’t shoot. Your video should be your own work.
5. All entries must be produced on two DVDs, April 9, 2010. Late entries will not be accepted.
6. Teachers/Advisors are responsible for the content of their student’s entries.
7. You must keep within the time limits. Entries exceeding the time limitations will be disqualified.
8. All entries have to be produce entirely by student (writing, directing, and editing) during the school year of fall semester of fall /spring of semester of 2010.
Ric Rowe - KTBS TV News
Rick Rowe, Shreveport, LA, has been with KTBS for more than 25 years. Ric Rowe, award winning reporter, is known for compelling storytelling even when words aren't spoken, Rick's video tells the story as he sees beauty in things we sometimes overlook.
Rod Spence - Movie Director and Hollywood Editor
The Girl Next Door- Producer and Director
TV - Editor
HGTV's Design Star
Meghan Brennen - TV Hollywood Producer
The Great American Road Trip
E-True Hollywood Stories
For more information contact:
Director: Carolyn Elaine Smith7425 Broadacres Rd.