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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

A Ghost Story

Last fall, a group called Campus Movie Fest came to Stanford. The task was to give each group a camera, a laptop, and a week to film a five minute film. The short films would then be entered into a campus competition, with the winners moving on to a regional competition and so on. Winners would win iPods, laptops, fame, and glory. A few of my friends entered the competition and produced what I thought was the most professional video out of the entire Stanford group. They were in the top 16 (out of 70!). The video is only five minutes, so watch it! Here's their clip.



If you're interested in watching more clips or reading more about Campus Movie Fest, check out their website at:

http://www.campusmoviefest.com

1 comment:

Jenny said...

I like your website links. Alot of them are my favorite sites to visit.

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

A Ghost Story

Last fall, a group called Campus Movie Fest came to Stanford. The task was to give each group a camera, a laptop, and a week to film a five minute film. The short films would then be entered into a campus competition, with the winners moving on to a regional competition and so on. Winners would win iPods, laptops, fame, and glory. A few of my friends entered the competition and produced what I thought was the most professional video out of the entire Stanford group. They were in the top 16 (out of 70!). The video is only five minutes, so watch it! Here's their clip.



If you're interested in watching more clips or reading more about Campus Movie Fest, check out their website at:

http://www.campusmoviefest.com

1 comment:

Jenny said...

I like your website links. Alot of them are my favorite sites to visit.