Around the campus in 60 seconds: A One-Minute Film Festival
You are invited to compete for recognition and prizes in a film festival of one-minute clips that bring into focus aspects of the built environment of our campus: "Around the campus in 60 seconds". The best entries will be screened in the Student Center's Pacific Ballroom at 11:30am on April 18 as part of a conference on architecture and campus planning marking the 50th Anniversary of our campus.
You do not have to make clips about William Pereira’s original buildings (though you can...), and you do not have to know a lot about architecture or campus planning. But your reflections on the effects and operations of the buildings should show how they make up our campus in look and feel and function; your short films might seek to observe something about the flow of people, of traffic, of air/heat/light/energy, of information around campus. Take our campus architecture (in that broad sense) as a pivot for thinking about campus life at UC Irvine.
Please enter for film through the link http://indi.com/787k4
1st Prize: $500
2nd Prize: $300
3rd Prize: $100
People’s Choice: $250
Most Architectural: $250
Deadline: March 15, 2016
Eligibility: All currently-enrolled UCI students
For information: contact Peter Krapp, firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Credit: Ryan Gonzales, DNAB Productions, "Let's make a Zotfilm", 2015