MAY 15 6-9pm HUB 302 MCS Student Film Festival & Competition

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We are excited to announce the 1st ANNUAL MCS FILM FESTIVAL at the University of California Riverside in SPRING 2013!
Come support your peers at the Festival. Awards to the best students films will be decided by a committee of MCS faculty judges.
Mission

To showcase the power and creativity of student filmmakers within the Media and Cultural Studies Department at UC Riverside.

Description

Free movies? Food and drinks available.
What more could you ask for!

 

Check out the pictures from our First Annual Film Festival!
Professor Setsu Shigematsu and Blind Productions

Professor Setsu Shigematsu and Blind R3Public Productions (Jerome Wilson, Sarkis Ter-Minasyan, The Faze, and Greg Henry)

Prof. Shigematsu (Film Festival Faculty Organizer) with student organizers:   Anthonia Onyejekwe, Genevieve Newman, Neha Patel, Thelma Annan, Annisa Jones

Prof. Shigematsu (Faculty Organizer)
with our fabulous student organizers:
Anthonia Onyejekwe, Genevieve Newman, Jose Gonzalez, Corinne Siacunco, Neha Patel, Thelma Annan, and Annisa Jones

 

 

 

Emcee Mike Atienza, Prof. Shigematsu, and MCS Chair Keith Harris

Emcee extraordinaire Mike Atienza, Prof. Shigematsu, and MCS Chair Keith Harris

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike Atienza and Profs. Khan, Shigematsu, Schiwy, and Kim (Ethnic Studies)

Prof. Su, Emcee Mike Atienza, Profs. Khan, Shigematsu, Harris, Schiwy, and Kim

 

Prof. Shigematsu kicking off the ceremony with an opening speech

Prof. Shigematsu kicking off the ceremony with an opening speech

 

And the Awards Ceremony begins...Professor Khan presents Kris Parker with Best Documentary Award for his film, "First Person Polluter"

And the Awards Ceremony begins…Professor Khan presents Kris Parker with Best Documentary Award for his film, “First Person Polluter”

Professor Schiwy announces award for Best Cinematography

Adam Antoun wins for Best Cinematography for his film, "Liewec"

Adam Antoun wins for Best Cinematography for his film, “Liewec”

Professor Burrill announces the award for Best Narrative Film

Professor Burrill announces the award for Best Narrative Film

And the award for Best Narrative goes to...Alex Gardels for his short film, "Used Books"

And the award for Best Narrative Film goes to…Alex Gardels for his short film, “Used Books”

 

 

 

Blind Republic accepting the award for Best Musical Video, "Homeless"

Blind R3public (Sarkis Ter-Minasyan and Jerome Wilson) accepting the award for Best Musical Video, “Homeless”

Professor Shigematsu announcing the Jury Prize Award

Professor Shigematsu announcing the Jury Prize Award


 

 

Greg Henry speaking about his docudrama, "The 951," which won for Jury Prize Award

Greg Henry of Blind R3Public speaking about the docudrama, “The 951,” which won for Jury Prize Award

 

Congratulations to all of our film festival winners!

Congratulations to all of our film festival winners!