High school students sought for video contest
CASTLETON — Castleton University invites Vermont high school students to participate in the 23rd annual Castleton VideoFest.
High School students throughout Vermont and the surrounding area are encouraged to enter submissions in any of four categories: documentary, experimental/animation, narrative fiction, and public service announcements/advertisements.
Scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded for first place in each category. Video professionals will judge the entries on creativity, content, and execution.
Submissions must be digitally submitted or postmarked by Tuesday, May 1. A public screening of the winning videos and an award ceremony will be held at Castleton University in the Casella Theater on Thursday, May 10.
For more information and contest rules, contact Video Broadcast Technician Samantha Green at [email protected] or visit castleton.edu/videofest.
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