Seeking Youth Film Makers for the the Raw Science Film Festival!

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Continuing our efforts to celebrate STEM all year long, we have joined forces with Raw Science to create a Youth Category for their film festival.  The Raw Science Film Festival celebrates the exciting world of film and science. "We wanted to create a film festival that significantly supported filmmakers who share the wonderful world of science and technology through exceptional film and video content," explains Mitchell Block, Executive Director of Programming for Raw Science. "Our goal is to find, present, award and promote the youngest generation of student filmmakers all the way to the seasoned professional filmmaker, and in any style of film imaginable, be it narrative, documentary short, feature."

The USA Science & Engineering Festival (USASEF) Youth Film Category is open to students in middle and high school. The deadline to enter is December 1st. Please spread the word to the young film makers! The winner will receive a cash prize! Click here for details.

 

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