Here’s your chance to tell real stories about computer science
April 24, 2015
Campus MovieFest is partnering with Google to reach out to filmmakers for creative concepts that tell the stories of the impact people and computer science can make. Campus MovieFest (CMF), the world's largest student film festival, is a premier outlet for the next generation of filmmakers to create a film series that brings these stories to life — through video.
The film series, Infinite Deviation offers students an exciting opportunity to put their work in front of some of Google's big names. Google and CMF share ACM's aim to inspire young people around the world not just to use technology but also to create it.
The deadline for accepting concepts for short films that pertain to any aspect or application of computer science is May 4.
The top 10 treatments will win a cash prize and a trip to the annual Campus MovieFest Hollywood event. The top three treatments, as judged by Google representatives, will win an additional prize and have their concepts produced.
The concepts can be anything from fun, humorous fiction to the raw and experimental — your boundaries are as unlimited as the world of computer science itself.
For more details and a creative brief, check out http://infinitedeviation.com/