More than 50 films are now competing in the ReelDreams Film Competition for a chance to win a full-tuition scholarship to Regent Universitys School of Communication & the Arts.
Each entrant must be the sole producer/director/writer of a short film portraying a character facing a moral dilemma that leads to good or bad consequences affecting the individual and those around them.
Michael Patrick, dean of Regents School of Communication & the Arts, reports,
Our mission is to encourage the next generation of leaders in redemptive filmmaking. This competition helps us to connect with them as a film school and helps them to fulfill their calling.
Starting April 28 the public will have one week to view and vote for their favorite films, helping decide the Top 10. The Top 10 finalists will be announced on May 5 and will compete at the live webcast Final Event at Regent Universitys Communication & Performing Arts Center May 31. The Grand Prize Winner selected by industry judges will receive a full-tuition scholarship for one degree from Regents School of Communication & the Arts.
The live webcast Final Event is open to the public. In order to participate, one must create a user account with Godtube.com prior to the event and login to the live webcast at 7:00 p.m. EDT on May 31. Here one can vote for the film that will receive the Audience Favorite Award.
For tickets and information to attend the Live Event in Virginia Beach visit www.regent.edu/theatre or call 757.226.4245.
The Competition is powered by Godtube.com and Big Jump Media, Inc.
Regent Universitys School of Communication & the Arts has won over 170 film awards and offers B.A., M.A., MFA and Ph.D. degrees in Cinema/Television, Journalism, Animation, Digital Media, Theatre and Communication. Learn more about Regent Universitys School of Communication & the Arts at www.regent.edu/communication.