Chamber of Commerce's Education Committee Launch Video Contest

The Livermore Chamber of Commerce Education Committee announce video contest for local film makers.

The Livermore Chamber of Commerce Education Committee have launched a video contest for local film makers. Here are the details:

What: Create a video that communicates why Livermore Schools Rock

Who: A winner will be chosen for each of the following 4 categories:

  • Grades K–8
  • High School
  • College
  • Community

Why: The winning videos will be shown at the September Luncheon, posted on the Chamber website and the Innovation Tri-Valley website, used as promotional pieces for the schools, City, and region, and potentially screened at the in Downtown Livermore

When: Entries must be submitted by August 31, 2012

Where: E-mail submissions in MP4 or H.264 format, maximum length of 3 minutes including credits, to info@livermorechamber.org, or mail to the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce office at 2157 First Street, Livermore, CA 94550, Attn: Video Contest

How: Videos will be judged anonymously by a panel of professionals from the film industry, including:

  • Joel Goldstein, principal of MSI and manager for 30 years of world renowned talent from Christina Aguilera to William Hurt
  • Ted Kaye, formerly head of physical production for Disney Television and 25 years of experience in television and movies
  • Jody Amos, Amos Productions, video producer and A/V specialist

Info: For more information, contact Dale Kaye at dkaye@livermorechamber.org or 925-447-1606.

Jeff June 16, 2012 at 04:27 PM
The contest Livermore puts on are the best. Work real hard to win there contest and get nothing in return except to see your work being exploited cause they are to cheap to pay anyone.
Roger V. Tranfaglia June 16, 2012 at 09:56 PM
AHEM.............. Jeff we all have to start some place. High school,junior college filmmakers/videographers would probably put in a few entries. If a couple of pro's or semipros put in 1 or 2,more power to them. I'm sure they will let the directors producers keep their names on at the credits at the end of the film. Roger V. Tranfaglia
Speedie B June 16, 2012 at 10:53 PM
I think it's great that there are opportunities that budding filmmakers can submit their work. Believe it or not, some people are motivated by something other than money -- you don't always have to get paid for something you want to do or to have on your resume. With the attitude of "What's in it for me and how much does it pay?", it's no surprise that narcissism is on the rise.
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