Miami, April 20, 2016 – Miami Dade College’s (MDC) School of Entertainment & Design Technology (SEDT) and MDC’s Film Society present the Student Film Festival, a celebration of the film & TV work produced by MDC students during the academic year, on Wednesday, April 27 at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
“Through this film festival, we provide students the opportunity to participate in a professional film festival that holds their works to the same standards used across the industry,” said Dr. Malou C. Harrison, president of the North Campus. “We expose our students to professional feedback for future growth in the field.”
Submissions to the 2016 MDC Student Film Festival are open to any project completed for academic credit in a SEDT film or television production course during the past academic year (Fall 2015 or Spring 2016 only).
MDC students will be honored for their talents and contributions during an award ceremony and screening. All submissions chosen to be screened at the Student Film Festival will receive an award for being selected in that particular film category, and then become eligible to win the award for the outstanding project of the year, which will be determined by a faulty committee.
The renowned School of Entertainment & Design Technology at MDC is a community of scholars, professionals, and partnerships whose mission is to provide access to an affordable, world-class education. The SEDT combines technical, theoretical, and practical hands-on experience to empower students to meet the increasing demands of the local entertainment and multi-media industries. In addition, SEDT serves those who are currently employed in the industry and desire to upgrade and enhance their skills. The SEDT offers dynamic programs in film production, radio and TV broadcasting, music business, graphic and web design, photography and animation, including a Bachelor of Applied Science in Film, Television & Digital Production. To learn more, visit www.mdc.edu/sedt.
For more information, please contact Matthew Wohl, 305-237-1754, firstname.lastname@example.org