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The First Ever White House Student Film Festival is Open to Submissions

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire December 16, 2013 at 5:43PM

The first ever White House Student Film Festival, which is open to U.S. students grade K-12, is seeking submissions of short films about technology.
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White House Student Film Festival

The first ever White House Student Film Festival, which is open to U.S. students grade K-12, is seeking submissions of short films about technology.

Films must be under three minutes and should focus on how technology is helping kids learn and how it will change the educational experience for kids in the future.

Finalists will have their short films shown at the White House. Finalist videos may also be invited to attend, featured on the White House YouTube channel, the White House Blog and White House social media pages.

Submissions are due January 29, 2014. Review the rules, download the entry guide and submit your (child's) film here.

Watch the festival's official video announcement (featuring Bill Nye, the science guy) below:


This article is related to: White House, Film Festival, Filmmaker Toolkit: Student Filmmakers, News, Tech





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