Student Video Projects

  
Festival of the Moving Image -
  
SUBMIT YOUR WORK!!

Also check out the promotional videos littered throughout ccsf.edu/bema!

Our students work tirelessly on these projects and they collectively make a significant contribution to our department (BEMA/BMS/EATV) and all those served by our department (students, faculty, and the community beyond). 

  

  
IDTV: Original programming

created by production students

Our Broadcast Channel

IDTV is a 30-min television show with original content created by production students from BCST 148 (Advanced TV Studio Production) and BCST 149 (Advanced Digital video).

IDTV's mission is to compellingly inform and entertain viewers on issues related to City College of San Francisco and its diverse students, thereby reflecting unique perspectives. The graphic "Look & Feel" is created and supported by BCST 146.

IDTV collaborates with ETC Magazine. A number of ETC stories have been followed upon and brought over to the audio/visual realm by broadcast students with great success. ETC Magazine is a highly-acclaimed and prized magazine, produced each semester by CCSF journalism students and Instructor/Producer Tom Graham of the CCSF Journalism Department.

  

 

  • CCSF Cinema Department presents a remounting of the 2011 City Shorts Film Festival. The City Shorts Festival is a student run festival that screens each year in May at the Diego Rivera Theater on the Ocean Campus of City College. City Shorts is the signature event that showcases the raw and innovative talent of students enrolled in the Cinema Department.
  • The programmers chose the best student films, reflecting the culmination of their studies. City Shorts films are wholly produced by students attending City College, working towards a career in film or video, and can be of any genre. The end result is a progressive, edgy and exciting body of work that hearken these new voices as some of the strongest and most talented to come out of the Bay Area.

 

RECENT AWARD WINNERS

  • Student Mark Pope's GOLD VIOLIN: bow of death won the Grand Prize in the Music & Variety Category of the statewide 3C Media Solutions 2011 competition and Film Festival. Also, The Film is an Official Selection at the 2011 Mendocino Film Festival
  • Some of our students were honored at the Fifth Annual Community College Video and Film Festival, sponsored by 3C Media Solutions, funded by the California State Chancellor's Office. The festival honors outstanding student achievement in film and video in the system.
  • Jeffrey Zorn's entry KCSF  90.9 FM has been awarded Honorable Mention in the category of Commercials/Promos/PSA's. He is currently updating it and we will post that link when it becomes available. 
  • CCSF Budget Cuts, produced and edited by Ryan Little, Jonathon Angelini, and Andrea Medina, has been awarded the Award of Distinction in the category of Documentary/Interview.
  • Vagina Song, by John Madden, won in the Animation/Entertainment category. He is a Broadcast Electronic Media Arts and Cinema major, and he will complete his BA in Broadcast and Electronic Communications at SFSU this Spring. His winning piece is not currently available for distribution on the internet, but you can check out some of John's work here.

   
OTHER HIGHLY-CITED WORKS BY STUDENTS