Youth Free Expression Film Contest


May 15, 2019

Awards Available: 3

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  • Scholarship Description
  • NCAC’s Youth Free Expression Film Contest invites filmmakers under 19 years old to submit a four-minute film on a specific topic.

    Each film must be accompanied by an artist’s statement discussing the elements that speak to these or other reflective questions about the limits of protest. Be thoughtful, be creative and be original.

    The top three winners receive:
    -Cash prizes of $1,000, $500, and $250.
    -A one-year, complimentary student membership to the Rubin Museum of Art.
    -The first place winner will receive a scholarship to the New York Film Academy.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 19 Fulton St.
  • Suite 407
  • New York , NY 10001
  • tel: 212-807-6222
  • fax: 212-807-6245

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Roberto S  on 4/28/2018 1:20:37 PM

Can we make the video like where we interview others and get there opinions or does it have to be us saying our opinion on the issue?

Hannah J  on 1/17/2018 12:06:49 AM

This sounds very interesting! I think that I will try this out.

micheal m  on 10/20/2015 9:39:21 AM

if i were to have more than one person in the video. would they also be able to get a scholarship? or is it only for the on who submitted the video?

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