Memphis GoPro FilmFest Oct. 2
There will be a screening of four short films submitted by Memphis finalists of the GoPro FilmFest Competition. The event is at the FedEx Institute of Technology is Friday, Oct. 2, with a reception at 5:30 p.m. and screening at 6 p.m.
Winner will receive GoPro Hero4 Black and $500. Runners-up will receive a GoPro Hero4 Silver.
The finalists are: “Skate is Life” by Kevin Brooks, “The Summer Experience” by Sam Chapman, “Ocean Front Dream” by Nicole Robbins and “Brazil 2015” by Hannah Williams.
The primary focus in this contest is on the use of the technology, GoPro Cameras, to achieve something innovative, exciting and which exhibits the technical possibility of the equipment.
The rules were that films could be no longer than 10 minutes, should incorporate original GoPro footage and the subject matter should embrace innovative film techniques, creative approaches, and original subject matter.
The event, at FedEx Institute of Technology at The University of Memphis, 365 Innovation Drive, is free.
For more info click here: http://libguides.memphis.edu/gopro/filmfest.
Partner organizations are Indie Memphis and Fuel Film Memphis.