Cinema Studies thanks Harlan and Rima Strauss for their generous support
The University Film Organization is now accepting submissions for entry into the annual spring film festival
The UFO is accepting any short films, documentaries, music videos, etc., and the film does NOT need to have been made in the last year. Submit your films from production classes or Eugene film events! This is a great chance to get your films in front of an audience.
Deadline Extended! Deadline to submit films: May 23, 2016
Have you written a term paper in one of your Cinema Studies classes this past year (Spring 15 – Winter 16) that you’re particularly proud of? Would you like to win $500 and a bit of glory (and a line on your CV)?
If so, submit your paper for this year’s James Ivory Undergraduate Essay Award.
The JSMA Student Member Advocacy Council (JSMAC) encourages students of all interests, disciplines, and skills to submit performance art pieces to the Spring 2016 JSMAC INFLUX: A Night of Performance Art event
Submissions are juried by JSMAC and must be submitted electronically to email@example.com by May 1, 2016 at Midnight.
Students can submit a video, photograph, or explanation of their proposed performance art piece. For more information, please visit the JSMAC website.
The Eugene Film Society presents:
The 2016 EFS 72 Hour Music Video Competition
May 18 – 22, 12 regional filmmakers will compete to produce the best 3–5 minute music video within 72 hours using songs produced by local musicians.
Registration for filmmakers interested in competing in the 72 Hour Music Video Competition is due by Friday, May 13 at 11:59 pm PST.
If you're a UO student and have a great idea for a digital wallpaper design for desktop computers in the UO Libraries and its labs, mock it up and submit it to the University of Oregon Libraries’ Digital Wallpaper Competition.
The competition is open to all current University of Oregon students.