If you’re a student filmmaker, you’ve got a chance to work on your craft and maybe earn your school (and yourself) a little money in the process.
The Dallas Film Society is partnering with TXU Energy on a contest for Texas high school and college students. Films should focus on the future of energy; there are, of course, other rules and regulations. The finalists will be shown during the Dallas International Film Festival this spring.
And, of course, there’s the money. The high school program that produces the winning film will receive between $2,500-$7,500. That goes for the college programs, too, though the director will get to pocket some of that cash.
So get rollin’ on those entries – they’ve got to be in by Jan. 28. Consider it an excuse to do something productive for once during your holiday break.