The iCademy Digital Film Festival Awards competition encourages educators and students to use cameras and digital editing software to create digital movies related to education. Examples include educational documentaries, instructional programs, student projects related to education, or public service announcements. Prizes in seven categories covering the grades K-20 and a division for teachers will be awarded at the Microcomputers in Education Conference in March 2004 at Arizona State University. Any individual or group of students and/or K-20 teachers can enter. Submissions from Mac and PC platforms and any DVD-editing tools will be accepted as long as the entry is provided in QuickTime format. Each entry costs $10.
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