Develop Skills and Win a 360° Camera
San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) is partnering with the iVIE Awards and Student Film Festival to host an exciting competition that will help students learn how to use 360° cameras.
The winning team will receive a 360° camera for their school program.
The 360° Red Eye Competition is open to high school students from throughout San Diego County.
Students will create unique short films during a 48-hour period using 360° cameras with a theme to be announced at the kickoff meeting.
“This contest is your gateway to exploring immersive cinematography, engaging storytelling, and honing your technical expertise,” said Pamela Rabin, coordinator of educational technology at SDCOE. “Seize this chance to grow personally and academically while exploring skills used in the ever-evolving media industry.”
Five finalists will be screened during the iVIE Awards and Student Film Festival on June 1. Winners will be announced during the ceremony.
Applications are due March 15. The online kick-off meeting will be at 4 p.m. April 5 and films must be submitted by 4 p.m. April 7.
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