DIGITAL FILMMAKING CONTESTS
Do you have a story idea that would make a great short film? One with local flair and a regional interest? Submit it to the Mobiflicks Competition, and if your story is chosen, you and your team will be invited to PAH-FEST to make your 6 minute movie during the festival.
Shoot a one minute piece of video using a video-enabled cell phone or one provided. A surprise topic will be given before the contest and the contestants will have just a few hours to create their piece.
This contest will feature a short video portrait of you or another person. B.Y.O.G. (Bring Your Own Gear) or use equipment we provide for you — including an Adobe editing system.
A visual treasure hunt for kids 14 and under, this event provides children with smart phones to shoot a 1 minute 30 second piece, capturing a list of visual ingredients related to a circus theme.
Using a pocket camcorder like a flip camera, participants record imagery that visually expresses an original musical composition. Computers, editing software and technical support are provided to help participants edit and complete their pieces.
Children 12 and up will meet at a distinct community landmark location. They will use the pocket camcorders like the Flip to make a little art film of what they think is special about the landmark location. One shot has to be a wide shot, one shot has to be a moving shot and one shot has to be a close-up shot. The three shots (wide, moving, close) can be in any order the young filmmaker wants. Each shot can be any length as long as the final art film time is 90 seconds.