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Filmstock is  a film festival for high school students with prizes and parameters designed to challenge budding young filmmakers. Submissions were in the categories of short non-fiction, long non-fiction, short fiction, and long fiction, with juried prizes also given.  Submissions were judged on three main criteria: creativity, production quality, and post-production by a panel of judges from the academic and entertainment fields.

Winners:

Short Fiction

Camille Miller – 1st Place

Journey Fitzpatrick – 2nd Place

Sean Edminster – 3rd Place

Maximilian Dirscherl – Juried Prize

 

Short Non-Fiction

Aneka Meyersberg – 1st Place

Sofia Ramos – 2nd Place

Ethan Curtis & Chloe Sestero – 3rd Place

Nathan Stearns – Juried Prize

 

Long Non-Fiction

Mark Boston – 1st Place

Zachery Kotlarz – 2nd Place

 

Some of the winning submissions:

 

2016 Video Contest

2016 Break the Media Entry Form

FREE Media Breaker Software 

Questions? frequently-asked-questions

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Break the Media 2016

For three years running, NW-ARM has held a video contest for youth (ages of 13-18) who have something to say and need a bigger megaphone. In previous years, winning videos have focused on cyberbullying themes. This year, the contest was about breaking the media – an opportunity for students to question a media message, gain understanding of the production of media messages through editing, and create their own media messages right back.

Winner:

Journey Fitzpatrick for “Cymbalta Media Breaker”

 

 

2015 Video Contest

2014 Video Contest

2014 Outreach Projects

 2013 Video Contest

Other Outreach Projects

 

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