Campus MovieFest at BSU
Congratulations to our top four films from the 2015 Campus MovieFest at Bridgewater State University:
- “As It Was” - Directed by Mark Matheson, ‘16
- “Drunk” - Directed by Jake Miller, ‘16
- “Gone Viral” - Directed by Kelly Boyle, ‘15
- “Making Memories” - Directed by Shannon Molinari, ‘16
These four films will be representing BSU at Campus MovieFest in Hollywood this July, competing with the top films from over fifty other U.S. universities and colleges!
Congratulations also to:
- Dana Reid who earned Best Actor for his role in "Shadow Gods"
- Shannon Molinari who earned Best Actress for her role in "Making Memories"
- The film, "The Flaw in Mind", for earning Best Soundtrack.
Campus MovieFest (CMF) is the world's largest student film and music festival. CMF is the only event of its kind to provide Macbooks, 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.
Check out all of the top Bridgewater State films from this year's 2015 festival, as well as from the 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 festivals on Campus MovieFest's website! If you think you have what it takes to be Bridgewater's next big student filmmaker, sign up for BSU Campus MovieFest 2016, launching next April! The FOUR best films overall at BSU's CMF Finale will move on to CMF Hollywood to compete with the nations top films! More details may be found at Campus MovieFest's website or by emailing Ed Cabellon, Assistant to the Vice President in Student Affairs.
This CMF program is currently sponsored by the Student Affairs Office and the Student Support Fee and 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.
Finally, here is what our students learned through CMF in 2014 and 2015:
2015 "Top 4" Film
2015 "Top 4" Film, Golden Tripod Nominee for Best Editing
2015 "Top 4" Film
2015 "Top 4" Film, Best Actress Winner (Shannon Molinari)
What our students learned at CMF Hollywood in 2012!
What our students learned at CMF Hollywood in 2013!