Cell Phone Cinema Contest

 Cell Phone Cinema Contest

Imaging Women…Respect

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Judges meeting Jan 9 a

Judging for the contest is now underway! Here is a photo of a portion of our judges panel after an intense work session.

 

Congratulations to the Winners of the Cell Phone Cinema Contest. First Place Prize goes to Peter McGarry for his film “Flash and Substance,”  Second Place prize goes to A’layeah Joisanne for her film “The Battle Is Not Over Until God Says It’s Over,” and Third Prize goes to David Orrell for his film “Free.”  Congratulations to these incredibly talented young film makers who magnificently gave us their interpretations of issues facing women. Stay tuned for information about our 2015 Cell Phone Cinema Contest.

  Cell Phone Cinema Contest Judges

Nadine Abrams

Dr. Ousseina Alidou

Khaleel Atiyyeah

Prof. Karl Bardosh

Pat Barksdale

Jerome and Mary Lou BonGiorno

Cephas Bowles

Linda Carmona-Bell

Renee Carter-Thomas

Ambrose Liu

Bill May

Chi Modu

Karen Moore

Don Viapree

Karen and Stu Warner

Cell Phone Cinema Contest 2014 Entries

 

This contest is presented by Women In Media-Newark in Partnership with the Office of University-Community Partnerships, and the Center for African Studies, Rutgers University, with support from Rutgers Center for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Center)