Friday Apr 9, 2021

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The 30th UFVF/KODAK

Student Filmmaking and

Cinematography Grants are Open

Filmmaking schools, departments, and programs can submit their institution’s three strongest films to the 2021…
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By Yossy Mendelovich
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Filmmaking schools, departments, and programs can submit their institution’s three strongest films to the 2021 UFVF/KODAK Student Filmmaking and Cinematography Grants. Although this is a KODAK contest, there’s no obligation to shoot on film, unless you’re aiming for the Excellence in Cinematography Vision grants, which, in that case, the project must be shot at least 50% on film. Together with KODAK, the 30th UFVF/KODAK Student Filmmaking and Cinematography Grants have established, and open for submissions.

Winning students receive cash grants and motion picture products and will screen as a part of the next University film and Video Association annual conference (virtual event). Entries may originate in any format, but to qualify for the special Vision or Vision Honorable Mention….

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