Title: Peter David’s Artful # 5
Publisher: Action Lab Comics
Novel by: Peter David
Adapted by: Nicole D’Andria
Artwork by: Laura Neubert
Colors by: Laur Rea
Background Assistance by: Mia Goodwin
Letters: Justin Birch
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Comments: The art needs to be more focused.
We see a vampire attack go wrong but are left wondering why it did. Plus there is no fear instilled from this vampire or the fact it is attacking a human.
Dawkins aka the Artful Dodger and Bram hatch a plan to kill Mr. Fang. The plan well does not quite work as planned. The scenes seem as if they should be exciting or funny but are neither.
Hawkins is illustrated in one panel with hatred filling him. The close up of his face is well done. Fagin in one panel as well done closer up is illustrated nicely to show his vampiric side. For the most part though the art is not done clearly enough.
Mr. Fang invades Buckingham Palace. What is his plan? The Artful Dodger doges his way into the palace to stop him though. Can he stop Mr. Fang? Tune in next issue to find out?
This week’s cosplay girl of the week is Larkin Love
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Please send your photo to Giovanni.Aria@firstcomicsnews.com and you will be considered for inclusion for a future edition of Superhero Girls!
This week’s cosplay guy of the week
If you would like to be the Cosplay Guy of the Week!
Please send your photo to Giovanni.Aria@firstcomicsnews.com and you will be considered for inclusion in a future edition of Superhero Guys!
Title: Brutal Nature # 1
Written by: Luciano Saracino
Artwork by: Ariel Olivetti
Lettering by: Chris Mowry
Translations and Edits by: Carlos Guzman
Regular Cover: Ariel Olivetti
Subscription Cover: Ariel Olivetti
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: The art has a smooth look to it. The jungle provides for one of its natives in need.
The jungle holds many secrets and a man with many masks is one. The bear is beautifully illustrated and has a threatening look. The jungle holds many threats to the invaders. The masks are gorgeous and colored just right.
Ich the native with the masks is a hero for the jungle. He knows sorrow though knowing he cannot be everywhere and cannot save everyone.
The story needs a little explaining but what is shown and explained make this story exciting and breathtaking as you see a jungle at war as the Spanish invade it and the natives try to survive. Ich will be his people’s hero. He has a hero’s heart and soul and the means to defend his land.
SECRETS OF THE LEAGUE OF ENEMIES REVEALED IN CHAMPIONS ADVENTURES #15
There are three all-new tales in the 15th issue of Champions Adventures!
First, learn the secret of how the Champions’ greatest foes were recruited into the Madame Synn’s League of Enemies in “A Gathering of Enemies,” by Dennis Mallonee and Luis Rivera.
Then Mallonee and Rivera bring you a “Sitdown” between Psyche and Lady Arcane. The topic of discussion: The Huntsman.
Finally, when Flare, Psyche, and Icicle agreed to get together for a slumber party at Champions HQ, they certainly weren’t expecting “A Visit from Red Rapier,” by Dennis Mallonee and Leo Cordeiro.
Cover by Luis Rivera
American Exorcism premieres on VOD this May from Uncork’d Entertainment!
American Exorcism| Official Trailer
Damon (Michael Filipowich, Longmire) was once possessed by a vicious demonic entity leaving him physically and emotionally damaged but giving him certain powerful abilities. Unfortunately for Damon exorcised demons don’t truly die and they certainly don’t forget.
William McKinney (Blue Like Jazz), Kate Tumanova (Ribbons), Braxton Davis (Samurai Cop 2), Jessica Morris (Sorority Slaughterhouse) and Jennifer Lee Wiggins (I Am Omega) star.
Justin Jones, Scott Carlson, Braxton Davis, Rhett Giles and Zeus Zamani produce.
Directed by: Tripp Weathers
Braxton Davis … Will
Michael Filipowich … Damon
Sicily Fontaine … Young Caroline
Arun Kapoor … Rivera
William McKinney … Padre
Jessica Morris … Janelle
Jhana Parits … Tawny
John Paul Sales … Hooper
Brad Stocker … Dale
Kate Tumanova … Caroline
Jennifer Lee Wiggins… Cy
Luke Wright … Deputy Doug
AMERICAN EXORCISM is a Thriller Films production and will release later this year.
Run Time: 1 hr, 32 min, 38 sec
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: A man is possessed by a demon and it is causing all kinds of trouble in his life. Especially with his wife. She is shown suffering so much.
The man Damon faces a huge loss. For his daughter though he goes on. So ten years later we look in on him.
Damon is a man possessed who exercises demons. His character is weird. He comes across as a closed man.
The movie does drag on in the middle of it. The focus is a party. Some of the special effects look pretty cool. At the party Hooper, a young man is tempted by a young girl.
More explanation was needed about what is inside Damon and why.
There is nudity in topless females. Plus sexual situations so this is a mature movie.
The young girl, Carolyn is possessed as we see while she rips out the young boy’s throat. Carolyn looks so sexy in bed possessed by the demon. The evil in her is clear.
The exorcism that Damon does is different then other movies have shown. It does have a lot of energy in the ritual.
The ending is anti-climatic. Yes, it has a battle but it is over quickly and not all that exciting. The girl Carolyn does make the ending at least a bit thrilling as she starts out on her new life.
MURCIÉLAGA SHE-BAT SHE-BAT #16 On Sale in June!
It’s a flashback to the past for America’s foremost Latin heroine in Part One of “Blood Sisters,” by Martin Powell, John Statema, and Dan Schaefer.
Also in this issue, ETHEREAL BLACK stars in Chapter Six of “Rings for a Demon,” with story by Vanessa-Leigh Kirby, artwork by David Mack, with a special guest appearance by LADY ARCANE.
Cover by John Statema
Standard Comic Book; 28 color pages plus covers
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Distributed by Heroic Distribution
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Place your order today, and get copies of Murcielaga She-Bat #16 at $4.99 each, plus a flat $4.00 shipping and handling no matter how many copies you purchase. (Stated shipping is to US addresses only; international orders please inquire.)
Title: FoxForce # 1
Publisher: Lucky Comics
Writer: Lou Mougin
Art: Joe Graves
Inks: Jim Hachey
Letters: John Michael Helmer
Cover A: Luis Rivera
Cover B: Joseph Graves
Logo Created by: Joe Graves & Ken Johnston
Price: $ 2.00 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: The story starts off with an action scene as our heroes rush into battle. This is a great opening full page that leads into the battle against the Nazis.
This team is made up of Samson, the Flame, Yarko the Great and the Blue Beetle. These heroes are portrayed in a style from the 70’s-80’s. Which suits the story as it takes place in WWII, 1942. This team is the Fighting Furies. They have strength, power, magic and skill. These four heroes are a wonderful grouping. The name gets changed to FoxForce with no reason why Fighting Furies gets lost.
The comic is only eleven pages long so it is short.
John Helmer is mentioned as the inker on this comic but the next page lists Jim Hachey.
President Roosevelt does not really look like him. The drawings just do not capture his likeness. His wheelchair looks like it has wooden wheels on it.
There is too much inking used over the pencils at times. The laboratory scenes are well done just too dark in illustration. Wunder Mann does inspire fear and awe.
The four superior men in FoxForce are heroes from a bygone age that the comic book world could use more of in today’s world.
Daniel “D-Man” Parker wins “The Price is Right” by bidding 666 followed by 420. D-Man is featured on Championship Wrestling from Hollywood.
Title: Black Hood Vol. 2 # 4
Publisher: Dark Circle Comics
Writer: Duane Swierczynski
Artist: Greg Scott
Letterer: Rachel Deering
Colorist: Kelly Fitzpatrick
Cover Artist: Greg Smallwood
Variant Cover Artist: Michael Walsh
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.darkcirclecomics.com , www.archiecomics.com
Comments: Greg Hittinger meets Kip Burland. Two Black Hoods and what will happen when they meet? Of course the usual happens. These two men are as tough as they come.
The art is so dark. The whole story is dark. The world of the Black Hood is not a nice place to live in.
The Nobody is a mysterious villain. He is a killer and after the Black Hood. We see his personality come through here.
It is a great twist to see the original Black Hood and new one working together.
“You Made Me Confess” an original Black Hood story from Pep Comics # 50, September 1944.
This is an old style story with old style art. The Black Hood takes care of a petty criminal. There is excitement just not too much.
The Black Hood is one tough character who will trade blows with anyone.
New Video Series Offers Intimate Interviews with some of Today’s Top Musical Acts as they Exhibit their Marvel Fandom
New York, NY—April 21, 2017 — Marvel Entertainment has been on the forefront of merging the worlds of comics and music, and starting today, Marvel is proud to introduce MARVEL PLAYBACK. Debuting exclusively with Marvel.com, MARVEL PLAYBACK sits down with some of the biggest names in music as they present and showoff their love of the comic book industry and all things Marvel.
MARVEL PLAYBACK was offered the chance to speak with John Cooper, lead singer from Skillet, about the synergy between music and comics, the lessons he’s learned from comics, who he related to the most from Marvel Comics, and what makes the best hero, “What makes a hero is someone who does something selfless…Someone who stands up for someone who is weak. Working in rock in roll is good, but being a hero is better.”
A companion video series to the Marvel Music Spotlight Series, MARVEL PLAYBACK, will continue to offers fans behind-the-scenes interviews available nowhere else that. Available only on Marvel.com, MARVEL PLAYBACK will be released in conjunction with future Marvel Music Spotlight Videos and will further emphasize the natural connectivity between music and comics through the personal stories and anecdotes from some of the biggest names in music and how Marvel comics have helped shaped their unique sound.
Check out my energized and much fun interview on BronxNet, taped this
morning (Friday, April 21st). I yakked it up about Saturday’s upcoming
KIDS COMIC CON 2017: Rainbow Ranger!!
(April 20, 2017 – Burbank, CA) – Time Warner’s Turner and Warner Bros. announced today that Sundance Feniger has been named vice president and general manager of Boomerang, the newly launched premium video subscription service that offers the best in timeless and original animation to kids, families and cartoon lovers of all ages. The new Boomerang service, a joint venture from Turner and Warner Bros. Digital Networks Group, is another step for Turner and Warner Bros. direct to consumer business and the first product focused on family, kids and animation.In this newly created role, Feniger leads the overall Boomerang streaming business across all functions and partners with DramaFever on technology. He will report jointly to both companies.
“Sundance has a passion for kids content and animation. He also has the technical and data background to understand the underlying business,” said Turner and Warner Bros. “His knowledge and experience in developing great product will help Boomerang win in this competitive space.”
Boomerang premium subscription service launched April 11, 2017 with the massive Hanna-Barbera, Looney Tunes and MGM animation library of more than 5,000 titles, timeless franchises including “Scooby-Doo,” “Tom & Jerry,” “Bugs Bunny,” “The Jetsons,” and “The Flintstones,” plus Boomerang original exclusives such as “Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz” and “Wacky Races.”
Prior to joining Boomerang, Feniger was senior director of product strategy and development at Nickelodeon where he developed the strategy and managed premium product for Viacom’s first mobile subscription video-on-demand service, NOGGIN. He also held multiple leadership positions with the Nickelodeon Games Group, leading monetization operations, premium product management and partnerships for all virtual world and MMO games. Feniger earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Cornell University.
Title: Josie and the Pussycats # 6
Publisher: Archie Comics
Story by: Cameron Deordio and Marguerite Bennett
Art by: Audrey Mok
Coloring by: Kelly Fitzpatrick
Lettering by: Jack Morelli
Cover by: Audrey Mok
Variant Covers: Michael Allred, Ben Caldwell
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: The Pussycats are taken by Alexander to Cabotopia. The story is outlandish. Yes, Alex has a mansion or more like a castle in the Antarctica complete with penguins and yes polar bears too.
The girls are on trial here for plagiarism. The story is silly in its presentation and the art is mediocre.
The references to the movie “Frozen” are just there and not really played up enough to make them overly funny. The same applies to the “Thing” movie references.
Alan M is one messed up guy. He is full of himself.
Melody, now she is something else. You will not believe the things this girl comes out with or does.
We do see again very clearly that Josie did hurt Alexandra very badly. Josie did use her.
Well, we are shown the power of friendship is a powerful thing. Alexandra gets to play hero and saves everyone including maybe even her own brother.
The story though is way over the top but still has its moments. You will enjoy reading this.
Title: Archie # 19
Publisher: Archie Comics
Story by: Mark Waid
Art by: Pete Woods
Lettering by: Jack Morelli
Cover by: Pete Woods
Variant Covers by: Emanuela Lupacchino, Greg Smallwood
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: The art tries to show emotions but it does not quite make it. The drawings are done to plain. It needs to be more focused.
Archie and Veronica are having problems from being apart. Now Mr. Lodge plans to take full advantage of it.
You will never guess who decides to help out Veronica against her dad. Also, this same person helps Archie to try to get back with Veronica. It is a surprise in one way and totally expected in another.
Jughead really shines this issue. This is what being a best friend is all about. The emotions are high and the story so well written.
Veronica, Archie, and Jughead together now this is a team supreme. You will find yourself almost cheering for them. Also waiting with bated breath as Veronica goes back to the banquet. She does the unexpected which is totally expected by now.
The happy couple is a happy couple. Archie and Veronica were meant for each other.
Now, what is going on with the Blossom twins?
The story is so striking and powerful.
MILWAUKIE, Ore., (April 21, 2017)—Dark Horse Comics is proud to announce Best Wishes, an original graphic novel from Dark Horse founder and acclaimed writer Mike Richardson (Star Wars: Crimson Empire, 47 Ronin, Echoes) and Eisner Award–winning writer/artist Paul Chadwick (Concrete, The World Below, Gifts of the Night). Cowritten by Richardson and Chadwick, Best Wishes is Chadwick’s first comics work since 2013!
When two strangers cast coins into a Central Park fountain, their dreams and desires become magically intertwined. Cal wants fame and respect and Mary craves true love from her pro-quarterback boyfriend, but destiny weaves a tangled fabric. Best Wishes is a Woody Allen-esque tale of New York, meme madness, fame’s price, and secrets of the heart.
“Mike Richardson, arguably, is the Stan Lee of independent comics.”—All-Comic
“Chadwick’s gorgeously laid-out pages with their graceful, careful drawing serve to perfectly complement his thoughtful, contemplative writing.”—Stephen Frug
Best Wishes hits shelves November 8, 2017, and is available for preorder at Amazon, Things From Another World, DarkHorse.com, and more!
Together with Butch Guice and the family of Bill Mantlo, we have officially launched a Kickstarter campaign to restore Swords of the Swashbucklers, a creator-owned pirate comic book series published by Marvel from 1984 to 1987, as a high-quality collected edition. Backer support will not only give the long-lost, groundbreaking series the complete and fully-remastered treatment that it deserves, but will preserve the prized work of Bill Mantlo, an industry great whose career was tragically derailed by a vehicular accident.
The Swords of the Swashbucklers Kickstarter campaign began on April 13th and will run through May 12th. The program met its first funding goal within 24-hours of launch and has subsequently surpassed its first stretch goal. With just over $24,000 raised in one week, we are close to reaching second stretch goal, and there is still much work to be done!
We’d like to take a moment and familiarize you with Bill Mantlo, an exceptional talent and inspiration in the comic book industry, and give context to why this Kickstarter is so important:
Bill Mantlo rose through the Marvel ranks in the 70s and 80s to become one of their Bullpen’s most dependable writers. He scripted over 500 Marvel comic books including Spectacular Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, Micronauts, and Rom: SpaceKnight. Known for his far-flung cosmic adventures and colorful personalities, Mantlo would be partly responsible for bringing to life Rocket Raccoon, the star of the 2014 blockbuster film, Guardians of the Galaxy and this coming May’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. At the height of his career, Bill Mantlo was the victim of a hit-and-run accident in New York City. He suffered a closed-head brain injury that severely impaired his memory, mobility, and fine motor skills. For twenty years, he has resided in a rehabilitation center, where staff assist with nearly all of his physical activities.
If you’re unfamiliar with Mantlo’s creator-owned Swords of the Swashbucklers, it blends elements of Guardians of the Galaxy with Pirates of the Caribbean, and follows spirited teenager Domino Drake, a normal girl who stumbles upon an alien artifact, acquires uncanny power, and becomes a beacon for intergalactic trouble. With her tabby cat in tow, Domino joins the motley crew of the Starshadow, a spacefaring pirate ship captained by the charismatic and fearless Raader.
Upon successful completion of the Swords of the Swashbucklers Kickstarter, Dynamite will publish the series as a full-color, fully remastered volume over 400 pages in length, containing the complete story from the original graphic novel, plus the 12-issue maxi-series. Backers who support the Swords of the Swashbucklers Kickstarter have the opportunity to receive rewards, including t-shirts, digital editions, collectible prints, hardcover upgrades, and hand-drawn illustrations by Butch Guice. More importantly, however; backers who support this Kickstarter will not only grant one of comics’ earliest creator-owned projects new life with the premium treatment it deserves, but they’ll also help create a new source of revenue that will assist in paying for Bill Mantlo’s much-needed health care.
If you’re on the fence, perhaps some final words from the acclaimed artist Butch Guice may sway you! Guice, who launched his comics career in the 1990s with Rom and Micronauts and became a perennial favorite at both Marvel and DC Comics, reflects on his time working with Mantlo on the series: “I had the enormous pleasure of working with Bill Mantlo at the beginning of my own career, and I know from personal experience the vibrant infectious enthusiasm and joy Bill had for Swords of the Swashbucklers, and the stories we told together. This project is a wonderful way to honor Bill Mantlo’s creative legacy. I hope fans, both old and new, support this effort, and I for one very much look forward to seeing the swashbuckling crew of the Starshadow fly once more.”
You can read more about the project, or get involved, by visiting:
Coheed and Cambria’s Claudio Sanchez is taking his book on the road
The Amory Wars: Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV #1 Main Cover by Rags Morales
Claudio Sanchez – Photo by Luigi Novi
Los Angeles, Calif. (April 21, 2017) – BOOM! Studios is excited to announce that the long-awaited next installment in The Amory Wars series, THE AMORY WARS: GOOD APOLLO, I’M BURNING STAR IV, is going on a signing tour. Series creator and Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez is no stranger to the road, and will be taking the time to stop at local comic book shops across the country as Coheed and Cambria embark on a new concert tour to revisit their third album, Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness. The new comic series follows the subject matter of the album.
The Amory Wars: Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV is the latest chapter in the The New York Times best-selling series, The Amory Wars. Claudio Sanchez and Chondra Echert (Translucid) team up with best-selling artist Rags Morales (Identity Crisis, Action Comics) to bring this sci-fi story to life. The 12-issue series launched on April 5, 2017 and is available monthly at comic book stores or digitally on your favorite device through ComiXology and the BOOM! Studios app. (To find your nearest comic book store, visit comicshoplocator.com.)
In this continuation of The Amory Wars saga, the evil Wilhelm Ryan remains in power. All those around Claudio Kilgannon are now convinced he is The Crowing, but is he? Ambellina believes she and The Crowing can save Heaven’s Fence rather than destroying it. But with Ryan and a new, even bigger threat looming—can they succeed?
The comic book shop signing tour kicked off on April 15 in Los Angeles, Calif. with Claudio Sanchez appearing at Golden Apple Comics, and stops next on April 22 in Salt Lake City, Utah at Black Cat Comics. Fans should note that these signings are limited to Claudio’s comic book work, with emphasis on The Amory Wars: Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV. Each shop on the tour will have copies available for purchase.
The comic book shop tour stops include:
Black Cat Comics
Salt Lake City, UT
2265 Highland Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
WatchTower Comics & Cards
12303 Westheimer, Suite J
Houston, TX 77077
Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse
2578 Frankford Ave, 1st Fl South
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Source Comics & Games
2057 Snelling Ave N
Roseville, MN 55113
Graham Crackers (Lakeview Location)
3162 N Broadway
Chicago, IL 60657
Date and time to be announced!
Forbidden Planet (London Megastore)
179 Shaftesbury Ave.
London WC2H 8JR, UK
020 7420 3666
For information on the ongoing Coheed and Cambria concert tour and ticket information, visit www.coheedandcambria.com.
2017 KODAK Student Scholarship Program to
Recognize Emerging Global Talent in Film
Submissions Due May 18th for 26th Annual Competition
To be Judged by World-Renowned Cinematographer John Bailey
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — April 21, 2016 — As part of the Eastman Kodak Company’s (NYSE: KODK) long-held commitment to showcasing and supporting the burgeoning talents of the next generation of filmmakers, the company is sponsoring its 26th annual KODAK Student Scholarship Program.
This international program — held in conjunction with the University Film & Video Foundation (UFVF), the 501c(3) arm of the University Film & Video Association (UFVA), promotes worldwide education, research, innovation and charitable activities in the arts and sciences of moving images and aural communication — is designed to encourage and foster up-and-coming storytellers by honoring students who demonstrate exemplary skills and creativity in the art of motion pictures.
Kodak has long held a deep commitment to supporting future filmmakers and encouraging excellence in the field of motion picture education through many initiatives and 2017 marks 26th anniversary of this scholarship program. The company’s ongoing efforts encompass a range of opportunities, which students and educators can use to enrich their knowledge of the art and craft of filmmaking, including educational materials and discounts; and sponsorship of film festivals, awards, seminars and student showcases.
Commented Steve Bellamy, President of Motion Picture and Entertainment, Consumer and Film Division, Eastman Kodak Company, “We are excited to join University Film & Video Foundation once again and provide the tools and funding for motion picture artists to create their art and tell their stories. It has been a banner year for celluloid. Movies shot on film garnering 9 of the 14 Golden Globes, 29 Oscar nominations, 36 BAFTA’s, the top 4 awards at Cannes and film even swept the top awards at the Grammys. Yet what makes us even happier at Kodak is helping young digital file-makers become real FILMmakers who recognize the benefits, the esthetics, the cost effectiveness and the value of the film. We look forward to having more great young artists join the ranks of Martin Scorsese, Christopher Nolan, Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Patty Jenkins, PT Anderson, JJ Abrams, Judd Apatow, JT Mollner, Julius Onah, Ondi Timoner, and so many more great motion picture directors who understand the value of real film.”
Added Norman Hollyn, Professor at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts and president of the UFVF, “The University Film & Video Foundation has long been an active supporter of the work of the University Film & Video Association in bringing resources to its university and college members for the teaching of the cinematic media—whether it be through narrative, documentary, new media, games or a host of other traditional and emerging forms. This partnership with Kodak is a perfect example of that critical support. I am proud of the Kodak partnership and thrilled to work with them again this year, as we make it easier for students to learn and to succeed at telling stories in today’s world that reflect who they are.”
Leading the judging panel once again is world-renowned cinematographer, John Bailey, ASC. Bailey — the recipient of a variety of prestigious honors, including the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) — has helmed the shoots of a long list of Hollywood’s biggest hits and most-iconic films, including A Walk in the Woods, The Way Way Back, Big Miracle, He’s Just Not That Into You, The Producers, Must Love Dogs, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, As Good as it Gets, Nobody’s Fool, Groundhog Day, The Accidental Tourist, The Pope of Greenwich Village, The Big Chill, Ordinary People and American Gigolo, among many others. He also pens the ASC blog, John’s Bailiwick, which addresses a range of topics on the art of filmmaking.
The competition is open to university or college students of film or film production at the undergraduate or graduate levels in an accredited degree. Grants include three KODAK Student Scholarship Awards; and two KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards, one of which, the KODAK Vision Award, will recognize an outstanding project of which at least 50 percent was shot on film.
Winners will be announced in early August 2017, at the 71st annual UFVA Conference, hosted by California State University, Los Angeles.
KODAK Student Scholarship Awards:
KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards:
Rules & Regulations:
Accredited schools around the world may nominate up to two students for consideration for the KODAK Student Scholarship Awards and one cinematography student for the KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards. To qualify, nominated students must be registered through the fall 2017 term.
Deadline is Thursday, May 18th, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. EST. All submissions are to be made online and must include Vimeo or YouTube links to samples of the student’s work. All entries are assessed on three criteria: Sample reels, faculty recommendations and academic achievement. Winners will be announced early August 2017.
For full rules & regulations and to make submissions, visit: www.kodak.com/go/scholarship