Submissions are open for the 15th annual Arkansas PBS Student Selects Film Contest and the Arkansas Historic Places Film Prize.
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Currently, the final deadline for film submission for the 2020 AHP Student Film Prize is
April 1st, 2020 September 18th. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program announces the Arkansas Historic Places Student Film
Prize for Arkansas students. The Arkansas Historic Places Student Film Prize is sponsored by the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program and the Quapaw Quarter Association, and is presented in partnership with Arkansas PBS's Student
Selects: A Young Filmmaker's Showcase. This competition honors documentaries made by students in the 5th - 12th grades about historic site's in the state. Films must be between five and fifteen minutes long and must be about a building,
archaeological site, or other historically significant site that is fifty years old or older. Sites do not have to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, although they may be.
Winning films will be showcased at Ron Robinson Theater and will also be considered for inclusion in the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.
Films awarded Grand Prize and 1st - 4th place honors will receive a cash award, trophy, and participation certificate. Schools will receive a travel honorarium of $150 to bring students at the screening event in Little Rock.
The deadline for entering a film for the 2020 Arkansas Historic Places Student Film Prize is April 1st, 2020.
How to Enter:
Go to Arkansas PBS and follow instructions for submitting your films. Fill out the entry form for the Student Selects program and make sure to check the box indicating your film is also entered into the Arkansas Historic Places Student Film Prize.
To request more information on the Arkansas Historic Places Student Film Prize call Amy Milliken at 501-324-9786 or email [email protected].
For any questions about Arkansas PBS Student Selects: A Young Filmmaker's Showcase, please contact Casey Sanders at 501-682-4190.