Don't miss the first Indie Memphis Student Shorts (IMSS), sure to become an annual tradition!
Set to take place at 4 pm on Saturday, May 7 at the Memphis College of Art's Callicott Auditorium, the competitive showcase features the work of Memphis-area students from Overton High School, St. Agnes Academy, the Memphis College of Art, Rhodes College, and the University of Memphis. Admission is free and open to the public.
IMMS gives students an opportunity to meet and network with fellow students from other area institutions, and provides them with a "training wheels" experience for the festival circuit, offering a bit of friendly competition and a greater chance of public exposure.
Audience members will vote for their favorites, and a jury of industry professionals will present awards in multiple categories -- including "Best of Show," which includes a $100 cash prize.
What: Indie Memphis Student Shorts
When: 4 pm Saturday, May 7
Where: Callicott Auditorium @ Memphis College of Art
Admission: FREE and open to the public
All IMSS submissions will be considered for the Indie Memphis Film Festival, and competition winners in each category will be given an automatic slot in the nationally-recognized festival (November 3-6, 2011), receive a Filmmaker Pass, a 1-year Indie Memphis student membership, and a 1-year print subscription to MovieMaker Magazine.
The inaugural Indie Memphis Student Shorts competition is made possible through the support of the Memphis College of Art, Rhodes College, the University of Memphis, and the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission.
For more information about the Indie Memphis Student Shorts competition, please visit www.indiememphis.com/stu