This week, the creative spirit is being celebrated across Northeastern Campus with the announcement of a competition in guerrilla filmmaking and an award for art, performance, or research relating to Jewish studies.
NUTV is sponsoring this year’s Campus MovieFest, a filmmaking competition that gives students the opportunity to showcase their work and win prizes (including the chance to have their short film shown in Hollywood).
Competing students will create a 5 minute short film over the course of a week using cameras and laptops provided by CMF, which is, upon submission, judged by a group of their peers, faculty, and staff.
CMF launches March 13, 2013, with film submissions due on March 19.
To learn more about CMF and to sign up for this year’s event, visit campusmoviefest.com/northeastern.
Gideon Klein Award
The Jewish Studies program is currently accepting applications for the Gideon Klein Award, which is given annually and awards $5000 to a student exploring the work of a Jewish artist or musician persecuted by the Nazis through original artwork, performance, or research.
The award is open to students in any major at Northeastern University, Hebrew College, or the New England Conservatory. Applications must include a two-page proposal, a resume, and one faculty recommendation and should be sent to Professor Lori Lefkovitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than March 1, 2013.