Charity Options: The Kenya Project (www.thekenyaproject.org); Navigators Ministry (www.navigators.org); Campus Outreach (www.campusoutreach.org); Street Grace (streetgrace.org); or a charity/non-profit of your choosing. Charities must be approved by Student Life staff in advance.
We would love to help you produce your video using your ideas, script, and creativity. We can provide the videography, editing, and technical guidance during the production process. If you choose to work with our team, we will contact you to set up a time to review your idea and schedule a day to produce the content. You will also have an option below to choose to produce your own content. ALL videos should follow the guidelines below:
Age Requirements: The majority of your group has to be in the 9th-12th grade. The event on October 21 is for high school students.
Categories: You may choose to submit a video in categories of music video or short film.
Content: No nudity. No profanity. Appropriate attire. Content should be PG. Student Life reserves the right to reject videos based on questionable content.
Length: Music videos may be up to 5 minutes long. Short films may be up to 8 minutes.
Submission Information: Submissions are not complete until a $20 group entry fee is received by the Student Life staff. Please mail checks to Mount Pisgah UMC - 9820 Nesbit Ferry Road Johns Creek GA, ATT: Andrew Howard, Memo: "Film Festival").The entry form and the check are due to Mount Pisgah by Monday, August 27. Videos produced by Mount Pisgah Student Life must be finished by October 1. Self-produced videos must be sent to Mount Pisgah on a jump drive by Monday October 7. Please do not upload your video to You Tube until after the event.