The UNDEADline arrives for Titan Terror 3
Published: Friday, September 28, 2012
Updated: Friday, September 28, 2012 19:09
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- The end arrived on Friday, Sept. 28 for amateur moviemakers planning to enter the Titan Terror Project. Titan Terror Project organizers say time is up for those wanting to submit entries for the areas only short digital moviemaking competition.
After Friday, the judges will begin sifting through all the entries to select the top 10 entries and a winner. AV Services, Titan Radio and WCN will reveal those top entries and the winner during the Titan Terror 3 Showcase on Thursday, Oct. 18 in Mueller Theater in the Campus Center. The showcase begins at 12:45 in the afternoon and will feature free food and door prizes. The winner of Titan Terror will also receive some great prizes.
You can watch some of last entries here. This is Natural Born Quilter by Andrea Tice.
The contest requires film makers to make a three-minute or less, thrilling mini-movie without the use of graphic violence or gore. This challenge to film makers to use a variety of tactics to create suspense that engages their audience will set the winners apart.
Westminster's Joe Ligo won the top prize in 2011 with his digital short Interrupted.
Contest entry is free, available online, and encouraged for film makers of all experience levels. Applicants may use cell phones, handheld video cameras, or any digital camera for their production. Westminster students, faculty and staff in need of this type of equipment can borrow these items through Westminster's Audio Visual Services office.
Visit the Titan Terror II website for details and online entry.
Knock Knock by Ryan Boosel received the the 2011 Titan Terror Project runner up winner prize.
You can screen all of last year's top entries online by clicking here.