CSU Summer Arts Presents
The 24th Annual Media Arts Festival

The 2014 Media Arts Festival is Saturday, November 8, 2014 and hosted by CSU Los Angeles.

The Media Arts Festival is co-sponsored by the CSULA College of Arts & Letters, the Television, Film, and Media Studies Department, Golden Eagle TV, Cinematic Visions, and the Entertainment Industry Initiative .

Congratulations to the Finalists!

Beach Body, Adam Bergstrom, CSU Chico
End of the Vine, Megan Hart and Megan Lawton, San Jose State University
Mathamanimals, Brittany Keyes, CSU Chico
Three Feet From Gold, Miguel Leyva, CSU Channel Islands

From the Heart of Brahma, Robert Douglas and Rodney Velasquez, CSU Long Beach
Thai Elephant Home, Ya Gao, CSU Los Angeles

Loneliness, Gustavo Luna, CSU Dominguez Hills
Lost Cities, Kyle Wilhite, San Francisco State University
Procrastination Infographics, Gustavo Luna, CSU Dominguez Hills
Story of Your Life, Nicholas Morelli, CSU Long Beach

www.adam-webber.com, Adam Webber, CSU Channel Islands
www.travislent.com, Travis Lent, CSU Channel Islands

The Ballerina, Erik Boccio and Morgan Sandler, CSU Los Angeles
Horse Tears, Yadi Zhao, CSU Los Angeles
Old Fashioned Letter, Max Arquilla, CSU Fullerton
You’re Gonna Find Out Soon, Matt Twohig and Julian Clark, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Dear Loved Ones, Gabriel Garcia, CSU Long Beach
Emotional Coup, Viki Lopez, CSU Long Beach
Miss Virginia, Nicole Jowett, CSU Long Beach
A Prickly Situation, David Gutel, CSU Long Beach

It Only Takes a Minute, Charli Harris and Cyril Pangan, CSU Dominguez Hills
Parkour: The Art of Movement, Christian Manzo and Oscar Moreno, CSU Dominguez Hills
Powerpack 11200 – Powermax, Santiago Calogero, CSU Long Beach

EM, Cassia Homann, San Jose State University                   
Porcelain, Chau Nguyen, San Jose State University                                   
White Rabbit, Michael Quintana, San Jose State University                                                   

Carl’s Day Off, Sandra Held, CSU Northridge
Control Zero, Todd Leiser, CSU Los Angeles
Dear Loved Ones, Gabriel Garcia, CSU Long Beach                                                                  
Silenced, Sandra Held, CSU Northridge



CSU Summer Arts plays a major role in expanding the opportunities for talented film, video and interactive media students. By offering two- and four-week masterclasses for college credit during the Summer Arts Festival in July, and by offering the Media Arts Festival in November, we help give a voice to the talented CSU students who study at the world’s largest university, the California State University.