2014 Media Festival - 48th Annual
The California Student Media Festival is our nation’s oldest student media festival. The festival exists to celebrate the amazing media and multimedia projects produced by California’s best and brightest students and teachers — rewarding and acknowledging their successful classroom work at an awards event in summer of 2014.
Qualified entries accepted each year. Learn more at www.mediafestival.org.
Presenting sponsor of the California Student Media Festival is Wells Fargo.
Congratulations to this year's WINNERS! Tune in to see the California Student Media Festival highlight show - Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 7 p.m on PBS SoCaL.
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2014 Student Spotlights
A young lady torn travels back to the place she once called home.
A short film follows an aspiring ballerina as she overcomes a dance injury.
An original animated music video for an original student song about relationships.
2013 Student Spotlights
Students looked at what is being done to help dropouts get back in school.
Reidy Creek students’ mission is to teach the importance of spreading love.
"In the Pit of Your Stomach" is one man’s tale of waiting at the altar.
Ghost Catchers is a humorous parody created by students of West Ranch High School.
Chuck is an animation created by students. All drawings and music are original.
Created by a student to describe how journalism positively influenced her life.
“The Monster Within,” created by students, deals with the hard subject of drug addiction.
Italia Garcia tells her story as undocumented student trying to afford college.
“Water Cops!” attempts to put the traditional PSA format on its head.
"Anyone" was created to address the real issue of teenage depression and suicide.
California Student Media Festival 2013 Student Spotlight - "Spread Happiness"
California Student Media Festival 2013 Student Spotlight "The Amulet"
Now in its 48th year, the California Student Media Festival is our nation’s oldest student media festival. Over the past twenty years, the California Student Media Festival has awarded more than $135,000 to California Schools. It has expanded to include the work of more than 6,000 student contestants from schools across the state. The Festival showcases what can be accomplished when talented students and dedicated teachers work together integrating media and multimedia into education. Learn more at www.mediafestival.org.