Mar 292016
 

cinema

Each academic year, the Film Program at the UCF School of Visual Arts & Design produces over 100 student films. Our annual end-of-year exhibition events provide advance screenings of our student work before they are sent out to compete at festivals and showcases all over the world.

Multi-Day Event Details:

Directing I Screener:

  • Thursday, May 5th;
  • Doors Open at 6:30pm, Program Begins at 7:00pm, Ends at About 9:30pm;
  • There Will Be a Brief 10min Intermission;
  • Visual Arts Building Auditorium (VAB-132);
  • Visit the official events page for more details.

Directing III Screener:

  • Friday, May 6th;
  • Doors Open at 6:30pm, Program Begins at 7:00pm, Ends at About 9:30pm;
  • There Will Be a Brief 10min Intermission;
  • Visual Arts Building Auditorium (VAB-132);
  • Visit the official events page for more details.

Capstone Screener:

  • Saturday, May 7th;
  • Doors Open at 6:30pm, Program Begins at 7:00pm, Ends at About 10:00pm;
  • There Will Be a Brief 10min Intermission;
  • Visual Arts Building Auditorium (VAB-132);
  • Visit the official events page for more details.

Film Faculty Exhibition:

  • Sunday, May 8th;Doors Open at 1:30pm, Program Begins at 2:00pm, Ends at About 6:00pm (Subject to Change);
  • Details are still pending;
  • Visual Arts Building Auditorium (VAB-132);
  • Visit the official events page for more details.

Experimental Cinema, Video Art, and Non-Narrative Film Exhibition:

  • Saturday, May 7th – Sunday, May 8th
  • Students from Experimental Cinema I & II as well as from Film Theory / Film Production will have several film and video installations
  • UCF Art Gallery (VAB 140a)
  • Gallery will be open before Capstone Screener on Saturday, May 7th and during the Faculty Film Exhibition on Sunday, May 8th (Subject to Change).
  • Visit the official events page for more details.

Free parking for all event nights is available in Parking Garage F by the CFE Arena.

Delivery Due Dates & Guidelines:

Attention all student filmmakers exhibiting in the Year-End Screeners:

  • Make sure you are using the most current Screener Delivery outlines and instructional videos for both Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere CS6/CC (there are separate outlines and videos for each NLE). If you have any questions that this instructional material can not answer, please come by the Film Equipment Room and ask someone in Film Operations for assistance.
  • All Digital Master Files are due to Film Equipment Room by 5:00pm Tuesday, April 26th. This includes each individual student’s Digital Master File and any BTS photos you wish to donate to our archive. No exceptions for late deliveries unless pre-approved by the Operations Manager and overseeing faculty before the due date.
  • Deliver your DMF, in accordance to the specifications in the Screener Delivery Outline, onto the Delivery Dropbox Hard Drive attached to Film Operations Desk’s iMac, located in the Film Equipment Room | NSC-157.
  • Additional requirements for this year are to include three high quality screenshots that you feel best visually represents your film. Specs are 1920×1080 300dpi. Accepted image formats are: JPG, JPEG, PNG, or TIF. A two sentence maximum synopsis of your film is also required.

Attention all student Screener Committee members:

  • Event Poster is due to Film Operations by 5:00pm, Wednesday April 6th. All other Program Materials for each screener night are due to the Equipment Room by 5:00pm on Tuesday, April 26th. This includes program media, playlist, and files to create printed event programs.
  • A poster representing the entire Year-End Screeners event is the responsibility of the Capstone class to design. It should be delivered in a PSD file format and must be CMYK color, 300 dpi resolution, and a 27″ x 40″ image size. This poster design should also conformed to fit a banner size, it should be delivered in a PSD file format, must by CMYK, 150 dpi, and a 90″ x 120″ image size. Please keep in mind there is a grommet in each corner. Please also provide any fonts used in the creation of the poster/banner.
  • Program video media (intros, outros, & intermission) should be created using the same standards used to create a DMF, as laid out in the Screener Delivery Outline.
  • Please make sure that the event program is delivered in PSD file formats. It must be CMYK, 300 dpi and can either be 8-1/2″ x 11″ full page, double sided color or 8-1/2″ x 11″ bi-folded, double sided color. Please also provide any fonts used in the creation of the poser/banner.
  • Make sure to organize a minimum of four volunteers for both setup and wrap of your class’s even night. Setup begins 1Hr and 30 minutes before doors open, meet in the lobby of the Visual Arts Building. Doors open 30 minutes before the event starts. Wrap begins 20 minutes after the final film plays.
  • Contact the Operations Manager, Jon Bowen, for any further clarification of responsibilities.

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