JASNA, in collaboration with JASNA Southwest, is proud to present submissions to the 3nd Annual Young Filmmakers Contest are now open.
The contest is open to high school, undergraduate, and graduate level students. Per the entry form, ”If you are graduating in spring 2019 but were a student during the 2018-19 academic year, you are still eligible.”
The film must be five minutes or less and the entry is free.
Additional information provided by the contest:
AWARDS: Judges will select up to three winners. A “crowd favorite” award
will be bestowed on the favorite submission selected by JASNA Southwest members.
WINNERS WILL RECEIVE:
- Cash prize ($250 for first place; $100 for second place; $50 for third
- One-year free membership in JASNA
- Screening at JASNA Southwest regional meeting
- Screening of the winning videos on the JASNA and/or JASNA Southwest website and our YouTube channel
For more information, visit the JASNA SW website or download the entry form here.
SUBMIT ENTRY FORM ALONG WITH COMPLETED FILM TO: JASNA 2019 Young Filmmakers Contest • email@example.com.
Contest ends November 1, 2019.
Amazon moved Jane Austen Country to Prime; added Aisha (a retelling of Emma), Jane Austen – Work, Thug Notes (Pride and Prejudice) to Prime; added Wuthering Heights (1998) to Amazon Purchase, and moved Pride and Prejudice (1995) and Emma (2009) to Amazon Purchase.
History Bombs is an “edutainment” troupe based out of England who produce “award-winning educational content to engage and inspire audiences of all ages.” While geared for educators and in the classroom, History Bombs have started a History Bombs show where they “interview” various famous peoples, living or dead. Their first is interviewee is Jane Austen! The video is quite fun as Jane strolls around London asking various people “What is good breeding?” and “Do you go to any balls?”
Check out the “interview” below!