Entries for the Rockumentary Film Festival at Rocky Mountain College will be accepted through April 1.
Submissions should be submitted to the Outdoor Recreation Office at Rocky Mountain College. The festival of short films will highlight documentary and fictional film genres. Prize-winning entries will screen April 9 in Taylor Auditorium in Losekamp Hall.
Documentary efforts provide students with opportunities to “share a snapshot of an experience, organization, or people that embody what makes Rocky Mountain College a great institution,” said Tim Lohrenz, director of outdoor recreation and intramurals.
He hopes for entries that portray strengths of all sorts of RMC communities and their experiences.
The fictional genre category allows students to develop a creative story told through the medium of film and requires the use of members of the RMC family as cast and crew.
“We have creative and fun students. The film festival provides a venue to show off their creativity through writing, story development, acting, directing, set and prop building, and cinematography,” Lohrenz said.
Further information is available from Lohrenz at 657-1151 or email@example.com.