Clayton State to Host Georgia BigPictureCon, Oct. 5, Oct. 6
The Georgia BigPictureCon will be held this year on Sunday, Oct. 5 and Monday, Oct. 6 at Clayton State University. The event is co-sponsored by the Visual and Performing Arts Department and Student Media. The Clayton County Film Office is also helping to sponsor the event.
Georgia BigPictureCon will provide opportunities for emerging filmmakers and industry technology professionals to connect with one another and participate in a variety of educational sessions on topics like film production and technology, and web entertainment. Local film and visual-arts organizations will be able to tap into and utilize the growing local student population as a “second string” of talent to help independent filmmakers and producers maintain their competitive edge. Emerging and professional filmmakers, animators, editors, writers, audio technicians, game developers, special effects artisans, and digital media specialists are all welcome to attend.
Clayton State students, faculty and staff can take advantage of the conference and register at a steep discount:
Clayton State community (faculty, staff, students, alumni) can use this code at the Registration page found on our website: CLAY2014. The code is case sensitive (all caps), and the discount is half off the current price, whatever it is. The link to use to register is --> https://www.123signup.com/register?id=yfkyq. Those who register as students will need to provide photo ID at the door or they will have to pay the full price.
Clayton State students can use the film submission link also on our site and then enter this code to get the discounted $10 submission fee: CSU10. We will allow that through the extended deadline of Sept. 12. The discount will actually show $10 off the current fee, which is $20 now. The direct link to submit is https://filmfreeway.com/festival/GeorgiaBigPictureConFilmFestival.
Clayton State Professor Dr. Jonathan Harris is presenting an editing workshop in the VPA editing lab and he'll be a panelist on the “Navigating the Film Festival Circuit” panel.
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