Talented Comm Lead filmmakers, you know who you are. If you’ve produced a video during your time in the University of Washington Communication Leadership graduate program, don’t miss this chance to share the fruits of your creative labor at Comm Lead Movie Night. Submit your video by Wednesday, March 30 at 5 p.m., and it will be featured in our third annual Movie Night on April 2. If you haven’t submitted a video, we encourage you to attend to cheer on those who submitted their work, vote for your favorite videos and socialize with fellow Comm Lead students and alumni, and faculty, family and friends.
Video submission requirements for Comm Lead Movie Night
If you plan to submit your video, please ensure that you meet these requirements:
- Where to post videos: Post your video to Vimeo.
- Where to submit your entry: Send an email that includes a link to your video on Vimeo to email@example.com. Use the subject line “MOVIE NIGHT ENTRY.”
- Technical requirements: Your video must be downloadable and should be posted to Vimeo at the highest resolution possible.
- Video length: 10 minutes maximum; seven minutes or shorter is preferred.
- Information to include: Include the following information with your submission:
- Name(s) of filmmakers
- Filmmakers’ cohort(s)
- Name of the class for which the video was produced
- Name of the instructor
- Submission deadline: Wednesday, March 30 at 5:00 PM PST
Keep in mind that you don’t have to be a current student in the Comm Lead program to submit your video. If you’ve already graduated, you’re welcome to submit your video, so long as you created it when you were a student in the program.
There will be two awards this year and both will be decided by the audience:
- Viewer’s Choice Award: This award will be given to the video that commands the majority audience vote.
- Short n’ Sweet Award: This award will be given to the best video of 3 minutes or shorter duration.
Need a bit of inspiration?
Last year’s movie night featured inspiring work by all entrants, covering a range of subjects and approaches. Following were the top three videos based on audience votes:
- Overlooked Details: An Artist’s Journey by Scott Wilson
- Pioneering VR by Sebastian Sanchez (the story behind this video is featured in an earlier post, Pioneering VR – Creating a Better World Through Virtual Reality)
- Taken by Force, United by Hope by Alex Montalvo and Dacia Saenz
We look forward to seeing you–and your videos!