Women in Film aspire to hold Campus MovieFestBy Michelle Xi Started two years ago as a discussion-based group and support system for women interested in film, Wesleyan Women in Film is now looking to extend its reach to students of all backgrounds and filmmaking experiences by bringing the largest student film festival in the country, Campus MovieFest, to the University. Campus MovieFest is a weeklong program during which students are encouraged to form teams to create a movie no longer than five minutes in a campus-wide film competition. A panel of staff and students at the participating college or university acts as judges. The top films at each institution are invited to compete nationally with student productions from other institutions at Campus MovieFest’s film summit in Hollywood. At the summit, student filmmakers can network and participate in workshops with industry professionals. “We would love seeing Wesleyan Women in Film reach out to similar organizations on other campuses so that a larger network, and audience, can be built.” Read the full article here: http://wesleyanargus.com/2014/02/04/women-in-film-aspire-to-hold-campus-moviefest/
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