Celebrating storytelling in student film through digital animation, editing and special effects.
Frame by Frame Film Fest – April 18, 2020
Frame by Frame is a high school film festival that focuses on the use of digital software and editing to enhance the stories being told in film. It is designed to celebrate the use of technology and editing to make a film.
The festival this year has two categories:
- The Digital Animation category – for films that were made via digital software without the use of live action visible in the final product to tell a story
- The Special Effects and Editing category – for films that use a mix of digital special effects and editing techniques with live action to advance and enhance the story of the film.
The screening and awards ceremony will be held on April 18th, 2020 at 7:00 PM at the Michael Wexler Theater in the Homewood Science Center, 18022 Dixie Highway Homewood, IL 60430 as well as streamed on-line. Reserve your spot in the theater here – https://homewoodscience.org/civicrm/event/info?id=416
Entrance is free and submissions are handled via Filmfreeway. Submissions are open until April 3rd, 2020.
Frame by Frame was created because as I entered film festivals I noticed that often the writing and directors of the film took center stage. I believe that editing is just as crucial to the story and the making of a film as the writing and directing. I want to help celebrate that side of film as well in high school film fests.
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