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MOVIE OF THE WEEK - In a Rut

The parable of a post-graduate who finds himself in a surreal predicament.

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK - TWEEN DREEM - CHANCE

Music Video by Olivia Crawford and Graham Haught.
Created by TWEEN DREEM at University of California, Berkeley in 2012 as part of Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival.

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK - LOST AT SEA

After losing the love of her life, a dancer works through her inner turmoil and dances through the five stages of grief.

Created by Crossing Yard Productions at University of California, Berkeley in 2011 as part of Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival.

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The CMF Distinguished Filmmakers Network (DFN) and Lenovo have launched the “Seize the Night” Alternate Ending Challenge. DFN members produced alternate endings to Lenovo’s short “Seize the Night” video (beginning around when the enter button is pushed on the Ultrabook). The alternate ending with the most views by September 9 wins US $15,000. Check them out!

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK - CMF Hollywood 2012 - Highlights

A rollicking recap of all the screenings, celebs, surprises, and awards from CMF Hollywood 2012!

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK - London Grand Finale: Paul Franklin

Paul Franklin, Visual Effects Supervisor on such films as “Inception,” “The Dark Knight,” and “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” discusses his short film background and gives advice on having a successful career in the industry.

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK - Beasts of the Southern Wild Crew Interview


The Campus MovieFest team had a chance to host a workshop at the Cannes Film Festival and then speak with three of the creatives behind the Sundance sensation “Beasts of the Southern Wild”.


Watch as Cinematographer Ben Richardson, Writer Lucy Alibar and Composer Dan Romer discuss the making of the film and the choices that led to the final product.

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Wally Pfister on The Dark Knight Rises at CMF Hollywood 2012


Wally Pfister talks about the philosophy of cinematography and how he used it to shoot The Dark Knight Rises.

Academy Award-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister is best known for his work on Christopher Nolan’s films, including Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, and Inception. Pfister is also known for his work on director F. Gary Gray’s The Italian Job and Bennett Miller’s Moneyball.

Wally Pfister shared stories about his path to success, and took questions from the audience during his Keynote Q&A. He then also presented CMF’s Golden Tripod Award for Cinematography at CMF Hollywood’s 2012 Awards Ceremony.

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK - CMF Hollywood Celebrity Interviews