Capture joins community members with professional film editors and musicians to create short films.
How do you interpret the idea of Transformation?
The Capture Theme is meant as a creative inspiration.
The Community Filmmakers who submitted video and the Capture Film Teams creating the final short films use this theme to guide their creative work.
Presenting Our 2016 Capture Filmmaking Project FILMS
Four short films from two film teams in Chattanooga and two film teams in Kansas City were produced for Capture 2016. Each film is created using video clips uploaded to a central server by community members from both cities. Capture is a community creative exhibition project, combining the power of video, collaboration, and sharing utilizing Gigabit connectivity.
CHATTANOOGA FILM & MUSIC TEAM 3
2016 Capture Best In Show Award
2016 EPB People's Choice Vote Selection
We Thank EPB Fiber Optics for their generous support of the
Capture Filmmaking Project
Capture 2016 Guest Film Juror
Professor of Screen Studies, Ithaca College, NY
The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) presents Capture 2016 guest juror, Patricia Zimmermann. During her visit, Zimmermann will engage with the community through a variety of lectures, school visits, and presentations.
Zimmermann is a professor of Screen Studies in the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, USA. She is also codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, a major international festival housed at Ithaca College. She has authored many books on the topics of film, documentary and public media, including Open Spaces - Openings, Closings and Thresholds of International Public Media, and Thinking Through The Digital - Transitional Environments and Locative Places.
She has delivered invited lectures and plenary addresses across the globe. Zimmermann also currently serves as a Film and New Media Envoy for the US State Department.
Zimmermann’s unique experience and academic approach to filmmaking make her a valuable resource for Capture and, especially, a new education program surrounding the project. AVA has partnered with the film and TV production departments of both Howard and Signal Mountain High Schools to create their own Capture films. Zimmermann will speak to students from those programs at Chattanooga State on September 15.
Finally, during the Capture Premiere Screening on September 18 at 5:30pm at Cine-Rama, Zimmermann will choose and present the award for Best in Show.
Capture 2016 Events Photos
CHATTANOOGA 2016 Capture Student Film Projects
The Association For Visual Arts, producers of the Capture Filmmaking Project, partnered with Chattanooga State Technical Community College's Media Technologies Program, Howard High School, and Signal Mountain Middle High School for a special pilot student Capture Filmmaking Project. The project theme of 'Light & Shadow' was presented to the student film editing teams for them to collect student-submitted video clips and then produce completed short films. We look forward to expanding this educational aspect of the Capture project's scope.
Thanks to Terry Farriss - Media Instructor at Howard High School, Matt Doebler - Media Instructor at Signal Mountain Middle High School, and Chris Willis - Department Chair at Chattanooga State Media Technologies for their dedication and guidance in the project.
Special Thanks to the Supporters of the Student Capture Project and Capture's Educational Outreach
WATCH THE 2015 Capture Films
Capture 2015 'Best In Show' Film - Awarded by Film Juror Mark Covino
Kyle Hamrick, Lead Editor
Music by Mark Buergler
Capture 2015 EPB People's Choice Award Selection
Matthew Murr, Lead Editor
Damien Rogers, Editor
Christian Collier, Music
Andrew Shepherd, Lead Editor
Oliver J. Hughes, Music
Seán-Harrison Geer, Lead Editor
Cole Sweeton, Editor
Kip Bradley, Music
Our Capture Sponsors
Our Kansas City Partners
'Best Single Shot' Award Winner
Robert Winslow, Chattanooga
KANSAS CITY - CAPTURE EXHIBITION TEAM
Kansas City invited a third Capture editor/musician team that produced a city-specific work using the videos uploaded from the Kansas City community. Capture provides a unique opportunity for city organizational partnerships to have an artistic short film produced in this highly collaborative way.
Alden Miller, Lead Editor
Mikhail Marchenko, Music
CAPTURE 2014 SHOW REEL
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