Department of Visual & Media Arts
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A Festival of Outstanding Student Documentary Work from Emerson College
The purpose of It’s All True is to showcase student documentary work and to encourage interest in documentary production at Emerson College. In addition to the festival screenings, the host/presenter is a leading documentary filmmaker (previous guests include Academy Award-winners Barbara Kopple and Peter Davis, and Stanley Nelson, Jennifer Fox and Ross McElwee) who also visits documentary classes and meets with student filmmakers. Early submissions of work-in-progress are accepted and encouraged; documentary faculty may provide feedback for revisions that will increase the likelihood of being selected.
- Work completed after January 2017
- Recommended length is under 30 minutes, but longer works will be considered.
- Students may submit directly or faculty may nominate non-fiction projects from any Emerson College class, undergraduate or graduate, or from any co-curricular group. Documentary-experimental hybrids are welcomed. Mockumentaries are not.
February 1, 2019, 5pm
The selected films will be shown in early April 2019?in the Bright Family Screening Room.
Projects can be uploaded into Median, Vimeo or YouTube (if password protected please provide password) or shared via Google drive. Submit link with cover page (name, title, running time, completion date, 50 word synopsis) to Professor Marc Fields, L_Marc_Fieldsemerson [dot] edu
Works-in-progress will be considered for mentoring, provided th documentary is?completed prior by the deadline for making the DCP (March 11 5pm)
There is no limit on the number of submissions you can make. Just resubmit the form for each production.
Selection for the festival will be made by the Festival Committee comprised of Emerson VMA faculty and staff. A nationally-known documentary filmmaker will participate in the judging and screenings.
The Riley Fund will provide a $500 award for Outstanding Social Action Documentary.? Other prizes include film/video services and rentals, cinema and professional group memberships, and equipment and software coupons and vouchers.