Campus MovieFest (CMF) is the world's largest student film and music festival. CMF is the only event of its kind to provide Macbooks, Panasonic HD camcorders, and training all for free to students around the globe. Students at participating colleges and universities have one week to create their own five-minute film, with each school hosting red carpet finales to showcase its best. The best of the best move on to compete against hundreds of other top shorts at Campus MovieFest in Hollywood.
Bridgewater State has had CMF on campus since 2008 and has won numerous national awards and recognitions including:
As part of the 2013 Campus MovieFest, the RCC Video Team created a promotional video and the CMF team loved it so much, they produced the opening video of the show to follow up:
Congratulations to 2013 BSU Campus MovieFest award winners:
Best Picture: "i 4 i"
Directed by: Melissa Ellard, '13
Best Comedy: "Brain Congress"
Directed by: Travis Garlick, '15
Best Drama: "Wishbone"
Directed by: Mac Capen, '13
If you think you have what it takes to be Bridgewater's next big student filmmaker, sign up for BSU Campus MovieFest 2014, launching next March! Each of the three best films at BSU's Finale will move on to CMF Hollywood to compete with the nations top films! More details may be found at Campus MovieFest.com or by emailing Ed Cabellon, Director of the Campus Center.
Below is a short documentary about the 2012 trip to Hollywood:
This CMF program has been sponsored in previous years by Campus Center Staff and generous contributions from the Student Support Fee, Student Affairs, the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership, Program Committee, Student Government Association, and the Office of Undergraduate Research.
Last Modified: April 19, 2013