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Video Compilation Video Grades 9-12

Entry #:

343

Entry Title:

Experience the Big Bottom

Project Description:

I entered this video because it was a project for my marketing class. I created this to inform others about why you should visit Big Bottom Market. I used iMovie to create my video and used pexels, for my moving clips.

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Procedures

All entries, from conception to final product, must be written, directed, and produced by the students entering the production. However, there is no age limit on the actors or performers who appear in the production. Each entry must have a title and credits presented in the beginning or ending graphics including acknowledgement of any copyrighted material.

Videos can be uploaded directly into the online submission form by clicking on the upload button and choosing the project saved on your device. If your work is saved on YouTube, Vimeo, or Office 365 Stream, it can be submitted by copying and pasting a link into the online entry form instead of using the upload button on the online submission form.

Judging Criteria

Content Achieves Purpose

The element of content deals with the overall choice of subject matter. It should be appropriate for the purpose indicated. It should be timely and well thought out. It should have a purpose and theme and should satisfy a personal or informational need. Will anyone care about the content of your production? Is the subject or idea big enough to sustain the entire program? Is the story or message clear?

Content Suitable to Audience

The element of content deals with the overall choice of subject matter. It should be appropriate for the audience indicated. It should take into account aspects of the audience including age, gender, knowledge on a subject, etc. Will the specified audience care about the content of the production? Would the story or message be clear to the audience?

Creativity/Originality

Provide fresh, interesting insights into the subject of your program.

Organization/Structure

Show evidence of planning and choice through all parts of your production as you focus on achieving the program's purpose. Show that the information or story is paced and developed in a way that keeps viewers interested and helps them understand your meaning. Titles and credits should be clear and presented in an attractive manner. Strive for original, creative titles and credits that are technically well done.

Overall Effectiveness/Presentation

Does your program heighten viewer attention and interest? Does the program touch human emotions or feelings? When the program is over, does it leave a meaning with the viewer? Does it grab the viewer’s attention?

Appropriate Design Techniques/Resources

Have you used the media opportunities available to you to their maximum effect? Did your choice of medium suit your purpose? Show evidence of planning and choice through all parts of your production as you focus on achieving the program's purpose. Show that the information or story is paced and developed in a way that keeps viewers interested and helps them understand your meaning. A media production is like a puzzle. It has lots of pieces such as pictures, sound, color, effects, transitions, etc. When you combine all these pieces, they should fit together to make one overall impression of technical skill.

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