California Student Media Festival - 2021
Make sure the form is filled out completely before submitting. Projects must be uploaded and online to be judged. Entry can be created by an individual or a team. If a student fills out this form, the Teacher or Primary Contact must review before submitting. When the entry is 3D printing, AR, VR, etc., please upload a video demonstrating the project. If there is data for the entry (e.g., 3D printing), it may be uploaded with a link. For questions, email
Thank you for sharing your project with the California Student Media Festival.
DEADLINE TO ENTER: April 23
URL Link to Project (make sure it is open for sharing). We prefer submissions via YouTube.
Copyright and Creativity Statement
NOTE: Judges will use your responses when scoring your project. If you do not include your entry's copyright and creativity credits within the project, please choose 'Other' and add them in the space provided. More information on copyright and education:
My submission follows copyright guidelines by including credit for music, artwork, etc, (including my own name if I made it myself).
My credits are listed at the end of project. That is the place judges most often look for citations for music, art, videos, and photographs, etc., use in this project.
My credits are listed on the page where the video is published.
Title of the Project
Primary Contact Name (Teacher, Principal, and/or Parent)
Primary Contact Phone Number
Since our event will be virtual and LIVE, a mobile phone number is preferred.
Primary Contact Email Address
School (or Submitting Agency) Name
NOTE: After-school programs or other education-focused agencies may submit projects.
Grade Level of All Participants
Middle School Grades
High School Grades
Brief Explanation of Your Entry: Why was this entry made? What is its purpose? Share something about it. This will inform the judges when viewing your work.
Please provide no more than a paragraph for your entry's description.
Which category BEST describes your entry?
Academic - Addresses a curriculum objective.
Artistic - Made as an artistic expression, not necessarily connected to school curriculum.
Elements of Both
Elements of Both
Film / Video
Art / Graphic Arts
Emerging Technology: AR, VR, 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence (e.g., creating an Amazon Blueprint)
Media and Information Literacy (Special Award)
Global Oneness & UN SDGs (Special Award).
California State Parks Adventures - Environmental Stewardship (Special Award)
Where in my project should judges look for copyright citations:
FOR THE PRIMARY CONTACT: The Festival requires the normal Photo Release form for students whose work or likeness is in the project. The release form is here:
. Those may be kept in the school until requested by the Festival. Thank you for having them signed. Note: If student privacy forms beyond this are required by the school or district, the primary contact will verify the appropriate student privacy policies are followed..
YES! I have the Festival forms on file.
OPTIONAL: How does your media project help make a positive difference in the world? NOTE: A Special Award will be given to the project that best addresses this goal.
Where did you hear about the Festival?
California League of Schools
California State Parks
Global Oneness Project
Copyright & Creativity
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