The 27th Annual CSU Media Arts Festival is Saturday, November 4, 2017 on the CSU Dominguez Hills campus.
This 27th annual presentation of the MAF features a full day of interaction with media faculty and media and entertainment industry professionals, panel discussions, screenings, and an awards ceremony.
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Congratulations to the Finalists of the 27th Annual CSU Media Arts Festival!
Airport Insecurity, Vikas Dhurka, San Jose State University
“Bobby” by Hannah, Daniel Alvarado, CSU Long Beach
CASA – A Program That Works, Skyla Smith, CSU Chico
CASA Promo, Orianna Valenzuela, CSU Chico
Change, Gabriel Haffner, Humboldt State University
Coal Hearts, Vilma Valladares, CSU Long Beach
Constant State of Flux, Gabriela Menegus, CSU Long Beach
Evil Eye, Jamie Stryker, CSU Chico
Eye Love You, Nikiel Suchit, San Jose State University
Finishing Touches, Jennifer Pham and Sarah Weaver, CSU Fullerton
Giving A Voice, Michael Sunding, CSU Chico
Hap-Pine-ss, Laura Aika Tanimoto, CSU Long Beach
Hiding to Nothing, Nathaniel Barrientos Kofman, CSU Fullerton
Just Like Mommy, Jon Domingo and Ruben Bautista, CSU Dominguez Hills
Lord Mycroft Adolfo Octavius, Michael Fortunado, Sacramento State University
Masks, Kristina Kalchev, CSU San Marcos
Milo, Aileen Garcia, CSU Long Beach
Mottainai, Charles Watson, CSU Long Beach
Mountain Top, Nathan Asplund, CSU Channel Islands
Mourning Dove, Alexandra Petrus and Mihika Padbidri, CSU Long Beach
Mule, Stephanie Jabri, CSU Long Beach
One in the Chamber, Derrick Murrietta and Justin Andrew, Humboldt State University
One Late Night, Sara Rose Hall, CSU Channel Islands
Playtime, Kristina Kalchev and Ryan Beaton, CSU San Marcos
“So Natural” by Christina Sofina, Nicholas Thompson and Erik Decker, CSU Dominguez Hills
Sound of Love, Sean Geisterfer and David Benjamin, CSU Long Beach
Turning Point, Armando Rodriguez and Jair Holguin, CSU Long Beach
The CSU Media Arts Festival is a celebration of films, videos, and other new media created by students of the California State University. The MAF is an opportunity for students to showcase their work before a panel of distinguished faculty and entertainment industry professionals.