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University of South Florida 2011

University of South Florida Event Details
Online Movie Views Leaderboard
1. EVERYWHERE 5515 views
2. Heat of the Moment 4664 views
3. The Link 3242 views
4. Five Minutes 1381 views
5. The Janitor 1365 views
6. Cat Cute Funny OMG! 1317 views
7. From Behind His Eyes 1215 views
8. RENT-A-ZOMB 1040 views
9. The Hangover 1021 views
10. Blind Eye 1019 views
11. evol 948 views
12. Real Life: My Superpowers Suck 893 views
13. Stage 5 872 views
14. Speaking Your Mind 757 views
15. Shh 704 views
16. Five Minutes to Escape 703 views
17. Insomnia 697 views
18. Homelessness 667 views
19. Emerald Dragon Productions: Making of 628 views
20. 50 Worst Dates 616 views
21. "The Birth Of A Game" 576 views
22. Castle in the Air 574 views
23. COFFEE 555 views
24. Life Goes On 542 views
25. The Egg 538 views
26. Untitled: Beginning/End 533 views
27. Welcome to Trollywood 532 views
28. The Boy With A Heart On His Sleeve 531 views
29. The Bachelors 511 views
30. Harold's Dumb Luck 448 views
31. Solitaire 433 views
32. Without Hue 416 views
33. Back In Town 412 views
34. Anatolia 398 views
35. Sharkoon 360 views
36. For Love 277 views
37. Reginald 264 views
38. Midway Jazz 237 views
39. The Legend of Mr Rager 237 views
40. To Have Never Seen the Sun 213 views
41. Factotum 212 views
42. Guilt 186 views
43. Uncontrollable 178 views
44. Dante Gets Fired 160 views
45. Silenced 146 views
46. Living in the Life 127 views
47. NEW WORLD WATER 118 views
48. Alone After Dark 118 views
49. el analfabetismo 116 views

INTRODUCING THE 2011 INTERNATIONAL GRAND FINALE!

Click below for information about events, tickets, and more.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2011 USF WINNERS!
These films will be invited to the International Grand Finale

BEST PICTURE Shh
BEST DRAMA evol
BEST COMEDY RENT-A-ZOMB
WILD CARD Real Life: My Superpowers Suck


CHECK OUT LAST YEAR'S HIGHLIGHTS

See what you can look forward to in 2011!

 

University of South Florida Event Blog

RED at CMF Schools 02/14

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The team at RED Digital Cinema has been making the rounds at select Campus MovieFest schools to show off their latest gear to the next generation of filmmakers like you! Stay tuned right here for updates on future CMF schools that RED plans to visit, and check out what else RED has going on at http://www.red.com/.

CMF Hollywood! 06/18

Our bags are packed, our tickets are booked and the festival gear is en route, which can only mean one thing: Only two more days until Campus MovieFest Hollywood! We’ve got a ton going on this week, from advanced screenings of Despicable Me 2 and Rush, to workshops with RED Studios and the incredible awards ceremony at the Zanuck Theater, plus SO MUCH MORE. Check out the festival schedule here and take a look at the 2012 awesomeness:

Homeward Bound 04/27

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The Satellite Tour is on its way home after finishing the year strong with more than 400 spectators at the La Salle University Red Carpet Finale on Thursday. Satellite is currently on the road in Virginia and with any luck will be home in Atlanta by nightfall. Rumor has it they’re staying alert with the judicious consumption of Trolli Worms and episodes of THIS AMERICAN LIFE. Safe travels guys and we’ll see ya in Hollywood!!

Tribeca Film Festival Review: EATING LUNCH 04/26

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This week some members of the Campus MovieFest crew had the opportunity to attend some screenings at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York and see some incredible work by up-and-coming artists. Here’s a review for the film EATING LUNCH by CMF Video Manager Caitlin Wert:

Watching short films can be a very intimate experience, particularly because so much vital information is offered in such a limited duration. There is no time to be coy; there is only time to draw the viewer into the story. TriBeCa’s Skin Deep series of shorts is full of pensive pieces that prompt true emotion. The stand out for me is Eating Lunch, a Swedish film by director Sanna Lenken that focuses on a group gathering for lunch in an eating disorder clinic. The story follows Klara, a returning patient played by a very convincing Elina Sandberg, as she attempts to finish her meal in 30 minutes. Much to Klara’s dismay, not only does she have to deal with her own self-judgments while eating, but she also has to process the added stress of a very neurotic new patient who has no problem being vocal about her worries.

Lenken does a fantastic job of putting the audience directly into the situation and transferring Klara’s concerns over to us; you simply cannot help but feel uncomfortable when watching this film. As the narrative progresses, you empathize more and more with Klara to the point where you can personally feel her anxiety as if you were experiencing it yourself. Anyone who has ever dealt with an eating disorder or who knows someone else who suffers will appreciate the reality that Eating Lunch presents. The act of eating lunch is such a “normal” thing for many of us, but this film challenges that mindset by putting a spotlight on how difficult eating can actually be for people who have eating disorders. The subject is a tough one to handle, but Lenken does it with skill and grace.

I consider a film successful when it evokes authentic emotion. Without a doubt, Eating Lunch accomplishes this feat. In the span of 13 minutes, Lenken makes us feel tentative, uneasy, and hopeful in a very real way. This is a film that will resonate with you long after you have left the theater.

New Kids on the Block 04/19

Campus MovieFest is expanding! There are two new schools on the horizon for CMF, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Hofstra University, both launching next week. Welcome to the CMF family! We can’t wait to see your films!

DID YOU KNOW: Hofstra boasts numerous famous alumni, including Christopher Walken, James Caan, CMF Luminary Philip Rosenthal (creator of Everybody Loves Raymond), and FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA? This could be you, Hofstra students:image

UMBC has its own list of famous alumni, but the list really begins and ends with actress Kathleen Turner, probably best known as the voice of the one and only JESSICA RABBIT.

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Your move, Hofstra.

CMF Hollywood 04/08

As the weather warms up and semesters are slowly approaching finals, it’s time to start thinking about Campus MovieFest Hollywood! The dates are June 20-22 back at the lovely and glamorous Sheraton Universal and the entire CMF team can’t wait to see everyone there! Badges and hotel rooms are available now at discounted rates, so act fast! Some previous presenters include cinematographer Wally Pfister (Inception), Jack McBrayer (30 Rock) and Stana Katic (Castle). Check out some of the highlights from 2012.

Shipping Up To Boston 03/07

Campus Moviefest is en route to the home of clam chowder and the Red Sox: BOSTON! CMF is proud to return to Beantown for our ninth year, with stops at Northeastern, Fitchburg State, Salem State and Bridgewater State!


But first, what’s a road trip without a couple of roadside attractions? Here’s CMF Promo Manager Nishant getting his money’s worth on a great pecan sale.

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From ATL to NYC 03/05

After wrapping up in Atlanta with the fantastic Emory and GSU Finales last week, Campus MovieFest now travels north, to the wintry and exciting New York City. CMF will be at four New York-area schools in this semester, starting with Hunter College in Manhattan and St. John’s University in Queens and wrapping up in April with Fairleigh Dickinson in Jersey and Fordham in the Bronx.

For a look back at CMF in New York in 2012, check out VIOLET by Eliza McNitt at NYU, the Best Drama winner at CMF Hollywood.

NCSU Finale 02/21

Yeah Graffiti! Wolfpack students, get ready for a wild night of movies, door prizes and other surprises Saturday, February 23 at 9pm in the Witherspoon Cinema. Click here for more info.

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Georgia State Panthers! 02/14

The filmmaking week at Georgia State University culminated with Collection this Tuesday, where students turned in an impressive 73 movies and ensuring a madhouse at the red carpet finale at the Rialto on Thursday, Feb. 28. The movies this year proved to be remarkably diverse, ranging from music videos and experimental art pieces to the traditional action-comedies and dorm comedies. Click here for info about the RED CARPET FINALE!image