The Los Angeles Film School and Wizard World have unveiled the Wizard World Creative Success Scholarship, a $2,500 scholarship award to be presented to winners at each of the Wizard World shows in 2014!
Los Angeles Film School To Award Scholarships To Wizard World Film Festival Winners
The Los Angeles Film School and Wizard World have unveiled the Wizard World Creative Success Scholarship, a $2,500 scholarship award to be presented to winners of the Wizard World Film Festival at each of the Wizard World shows in 2014.
Independent filmmakers are encouraged to submit original shorts and music videos for consideration to be shown during each Wizard World event. The award, selected by an internal panel, will be announced along with the other Film Festival awards at each show's conclusion.
Prizes were awarded at Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con (Feb. 7-9) and Sacramento Comic Con (March 7-9), in the category of Best Student Short.
The Creative Success Scholarship is designed to encourage and develop future entertainment and media professionals who demonstrate Creative Success to achieving excellence within their chosen path. Through the Wizard World Creative Success Scholarship, eligible participants may receive up to $2,500 toward the tuition of their Los Angeles Film School degree program. If the recipient is also awarded the grand prize, the student will receive an additional scholarship in the amount of $2,500.
The Los Angeles Film School, located in the heart of Hollywood, has been serving the community and its students since 1999. This accredited, VA-approved institution offers career-focused Bachelor of Science degrees in Entertainment Business, Computer Animation & VFX and Game Production & Design, and Associate of Science degrees in Music Production, Recording Arts and Film. Its facilities include the historic RCA Building at 6363 Sunset Boulevard, and offers access to exceptional industry-standard equipment to its students. The Hollywood Reporter called The Los Angeles Film School ...one of the best-equipped private learning centers in the country.
For more information about The Los Angeles Film School, please visit: www.lafilm.edu or call 323.860.0789.