CHECK OUT THESE OPPORTUNITIES FOR CSU STUDENTS AND BEYOND:
CSU SUMMER ARTS 2022!
CSU Summer Arts 2022 will be presented June 27 – July 24, 2022 on the Fresno State campus and internationally. Course offerings will be announced in Fall 2021. Earn 3-6 units of undergraduate or graduate credit. Scholarships available!
Visit the CSU Summer Arts website for more information about these and other courses, guest artist instructors, and scholarships. About 80% of students receive scholarship assistance! www.CSUSummerArts.org
The California State University Entertainment Alliance (CSUEA) is a CSU system-wide initiative connecting the student, faculty and alumni network of the largest, most inclusive public university system to the ultra-competitive entertainment arts and media industry. CSUEA programs, partnerships and resources provide students invaluable learning, career development, and networking opportunities (like the University Project at Digital Hollywood) on their journey from campus to career.
The 23-campus CSU network with nearly 500,000 annual students, 4 million alumni and top-rated programs also serves as the perfect diverse talent pipeline for the entertainment industry.
Visit www.CSUentertainment.com, sign up for the CSUEA (no spam) newsletter, and follow/like them @TheCSUEA
Humboldt International Film Festival
The Humboldt Int’l Film Fest has been bringing independent and alternative short films to Humboldt County for 53 years. As the world’s oldest student-run film festival, we create a unique venue for digital media that enjoys an international reputation for supporting and celebrating independent filmmakers. Founded in 1967 by a group of film-loving Humboldt State University students, the Humboldt Int’l Film Fest continues to expand over the years, now featuring several days of public screenings and presentations by guest filmmakers. The festival promotes the art of film, not only as a means of entertainment, but also as an instrument for self-expression, and a stimulus for dialogue about social, political, and cultural issues. HIFF is pleased to provide a home where these international filmmakers can showcase their visions, and the venue for all of us to explore the power of film. www.hsufilmfestival.com
The Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) is a free membership organization for those with an interest in digital content creation and the post-production process. Now in its 13th year, we host monthly meetings featuring presentations from key industry players including leading experts, working professionals and technology companies such as Adobe, Blackmagic Design, Shutterstock and Vimeo. It is a thriving, creative and supportive networking community for members in Los Angeles and around the world and is open to students, working professionals and industry veterans alike.
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization designed to showcase innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world, providing the Los Angeles community of entertainment professionals and film goers with a constant surge of monthly screening events. NFMLA provides a forum where filmmakers can be recognized for their contributions, have open audience discussions about their projects and connect with industry professionals for insight on distribution, production, acquisition and representation. www.nfmla.org