Digital Mountain: It's My Park Film Festival 2010
The second annual Digital Mountain: It's my Park Film Festival is complete. Students from the 7th to 12th grade created a three minute film showing why Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park is "your" park. The students did their own filming and editing. Prizes included a MacBook computer and digital cameras.
Film contestants followed these rules:
1. Film must be planned and edited by a 7 to 12th grader.
Films were judged on the following:
1. Story progression (a beginning, middle and end).
Did you miss this years Film Festival opportunity?
Note: Quicktime is required to view the videos. If you have iTunes, you have Quicktime.
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