Posted on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 by Jim Norrena
The winning short films in CCA's R.A.W. (real artists at work) Video student competition are now available to view and share with family and friends (well, maybe just your friends).
Congratulations go out to five inspired CCA student filmmakers who won the first CCA-juried student video competition. Each artist receives $500. The challenge? Create a short interpretive film that captures the CCA experience from the student's perspective.
Requirements: maximum two-minute length; MPEG4 (Divx, Xvid) format at 640 x 480 resolution with MP3 audio submitted via DVD.
As one might expect, the submissions were as expressive and inspired as CCA's student population itself. While no one particular film can summarize anyone's entire experience here at CCA, the range and creativity depicted in the collection of five films make for a worthwhile composite sketch!
Individual Winning Submissions
- Ubiquitous UbiquitousGrant Kolton, first year Animation
- Learn, Create, Live Jim Allison, sophomore Media Arts
- 7 Semesters in 90 SecondsJ. P. Kelly, senior Individualized Major
- Release Justin Yasgoor, sophomore Furniture
- Versus Reality CheckMegan Gilman, senior Graphic Design
Learn more about CCA's R.A.W. Video competition.