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Calling all Marin high school students!!
Register your team to participate in the first ever
MARIN SCHOOL OF THE ARTS FILM CHALLENGE!
The MSA Film Challenge is based on Cinemasports, the global phenomenon during which teams have 10 hours to complete a movie with a list of ingredients. Finished movies screen the 11th hour, that very night. For Example, can different teams complete a short movie during daylight hours that includes an English teacher, a tattoo, and a lost lover?
The MSA Film Challenge will begin at 9am at the Novato High School Performing Arts Building, where teams will receive the list of ingredients for their films. The teams then set off to write a script, shoot, and edit their film in time for the 7pm screening time.
Registration is free and teams may be comprised of as many students as they desire. Individuals may also register and be assigned to a team the day of the event.
Students need to bring their own cameras and equipment ALONG WITH A 32G FLASH DRIVE TO STORE AND FROM WHICH TO SHOW THEIR FILM.
Who can participate in the MSA Film Challenge?
Students in grades 9-12 who attend high school in Marin County. All teams must be comprised of high school students.
How many people can be on my team?
Your team can include as many people as desired, but must have a minimum of 2 people.
Do I need my own film equipment for the event?
Yes. Students should be able to film their footage on their own cameras, tripods, or any other equipment they need to film. Additionally, participants should have a 32G thumb drive to store their movie. The MSA Film Studio will be open and its computers available for editing.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Jenny Paisley with questions about the event.
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When & Where
Part of the Marin School of the Arts, the Cinematic Arts Program provides a curriculum of study for students interested in the filmmaking genre. For more information, visit http://www.marinschoolofthearts.org/programs/film-video/