Project One Film Scramble

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The Project One Film Scramble is a timed filmmaking competition in which Georgia Tech undergraduates are challenged to create short films-from concept to completion-about resilience in one fast-paced, caffeine-fueled weekend.

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The Center for Academic Enrichment is excited to announce the First Annual Project One Film Scramble! The Project One Film Scramble is a timed filmmaking competition in which Georgia Tech undergraduates are challenged to create short films-from concept to completion-about resilience in one fast-paced, caffeine-fueled weekend. Films must be 3 minutes or less, and can be any genre-science fiction, horror, romance, comedy, documentary-as long as the theme of the film is "resilience." All participants will also need to include an assigned line of dialogue and prop in their film, both of which will be announced on the Project One website on March 30 at 12:00 pm.

The film creation stage of this event will take place from March 30 - April 2, with students having 3 days to complete their cinematic masterpieces. The Film Scramble is open to all Georgia Tech undergraduate students. Prizes will be awarded for one film in each of the following categories: Best Writing, Best Editing, Best Direction, and Best Overall. The creators of each award-winning film will receive $150 Visa Gift Cards. Select films will also be shown on the big screen at the Student Center Theater on April 13 at 7:00 pm.

Registration: March 13-29 atprojectone.gatech.edu
Info Session: March 14 @ 11:00am in the Clough Lounge (CULC 205Q)
Film Scramble Begins: March 30 @ 12:00pm
Film Submission Ends: April 2 @11:59pm
Screening: April 13 @ 7:00pm at the Student Center Theater

To learn more, visit projectone.gatech.edu.

Questions? Contact us at projectone@gatech.edu

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  • Created By: Kayleigh Haskin
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  • Created On: Mar 13, 2017 - 3:19pm
  • Last Updated: Mar 13, 2017 - 3:19pm