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STUDENT Film Showcase




Back for its second year to Arts Alive!, we will be featuring short films produced by student filmmakers!  Cash prizes offered.

Showtime to follow headline music act at the Mockingbird Cafe located at 111 2nd Street., â€‹Approx. 7-7:30pm or Sun Down

Interested in entering this segment? Click here to fill out the application!   

Submission Guidelines: 

    • This competition is open to entries for any fulltime student  enrolled in Mississippi.  
    • Maximum runtime for submission is 5 minutes. 
    • You do not need to be a member of The Arts, Hancock County to enter.
    • Films may be produced by an individual or a team of students
    • One entry is allowed per student team
    • No entry fees are required
    • Deadline for submission March 6, 2018
    • After completing the application, you will be emailed a link to upload your completed video file
    • File format: detailes will be emailed to submitting artists
    • By entering your film in this competition, you assign rights for display and for promotional use by the Arts, Hancock County.
    • Winning films will be shown at the Film Showcase on Saturday, March 24, 2018 7-8pm at the Mockingbird Cafe.  
    • The award of prizes is the sole discretion of the show juror Nick Berden.

Juried Show Judge Nick BERDEN

Fifteen year old Nick Berden the First Place Winner in last year's film showcase comes back this year as the Judge for the 2018 Arts Alive! Student Film Showcase.  Last summer, Berden partnered with Producer Steve Barney to shoot and edit Magnolia Bayou: Bay St. Louis’ Hidden Watershed. This documentary short film highlights the impact that upsurge in development is having on Bay St. Louis’ fragile riparian ecosystem.  The video has received more than 100 views on youtube and has received widespread recognition from the local media and federal agencies.    

ARTIST STATEMENT  I'm a self taught cinematographer, photographer, and editor. I am based out of South Mississippi, and travel to New Orleans for jobs. I started making youtube videos at the age of 9, at the age of 14 I self produced a short film and got invited to a film showcase that month. I like to focus on the work and making the client comfortable and as stress free as possible. In the creative field that I work in I like to focus on the elements and principles that produce the best product possible. 



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