A team of computer programers turn San Francisco into a light show.
Campus MovieFest Filmmaker Adam LaPrade keeps you on the edge of your seat in this awesome film! Check it out and post your thoughts
Created by a young filmmaker for the “Seize the Night” Alternate Ending Challenge, this short comedy explores what happens when you make the ultimate mistake while committing a crime…OOPS
Whether you’re running on 1% or are the 1% we can all DO something. You can take action. You can take responsibility. You can push for a better tomorrow through your actions today. For those who are willing to DO, the Lenovo Ultrabook is capable of occupying our strongest ideals, and turning them into reality through our shared call to action. Watch as a group of rebels fight for the freedom of all individuals. This is a Que The Lights Production by Director Xavier Burgin.
Student filmmaker Brian Borowiec creates a film involving a Lenovo computer, an epic DJ, and ensuing craziness. Sure to make you wanna boogie.
Created as part of a project to help student filmmakers - help this young talent win $15,000 by watching!
Produced by student filmmaker Matt Lincoln in conjunction with “Seize the Night” alternate ending contest
Student film created by Lanly Le for Lenovo’s Seize The Night Alternate Ending Challenge
Battle between good vs. evil? Sounds like a great start to the morning if you ask me. See who reigns as owner of the night.
Dancers from the Poreotics (featured on the hit MTV show America’s Next Dance Crew) break it down in this student-made film for the Lenovo “Seize the Night” Alternate Ending contest!
Created as part of the Lenovo Seize the Night Alternate Ending Challenge, this video was made by a student filmmaker with INCREDIBLE talent! It takes you across the world in an edge of your seat thriller
The Campus MovieFest team had a chance to host a workshop at the Cannes Film Festival and then speak with three of the creatives behind the Sundance sensation “Beasts of the Southern Wild”.
Academy Award-winner Wally Pfister, famed cinematographer of “Inception,” “Batman Begins,” “The Prestige,” and the upcoming “The Dark Knight Rises,” (just to name a few) talks about the philosophy of cinematography with students at the 2012 Campus MovieFest Hollywood Finale and how he used it to shoot “The Dark Knight Rises.”
This headache is making me soooo horny.
A “Shit Girls Say” parody.
Written by 1072 Productions
Director: Evan Padgett
Producer: Dan Costa
Cast: Sarah Walpert
Director of Photography: Evan Padgett
Assistant Director: Nathaniel Metts
Editor: Abe Mohammadione