The Wyoming Short Film Contest
Uncategorized | March 31, 2011
The Wyoming Short Film Contest requires all entries to either take place in Wyoming, feature Wyoming, or present Wyoming as a major character in the storyline. And with a $25,000 Grand Prize for the winner’s next shot-in-Wyoming project, there’s plenty of incentive to enter.
The contest starts with a public voting round. After the voting round ends the 10 best rated entries go before our panel of judges, who ultimately select our Grand Prize Winner. For more details, see our contest timeline.
Judges: Brian Patrick (Professor, Film Studies Division: University of Utah)
Robert Arnold (Director, School of Film & Photography: Montana State University)
Mike McCrimmon (Videography Program Manager: Wyoming Travel & Tourism)
Lisa Samford (Executive Director:Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival)
Dave Hanks (Wyoming Tourism Board: Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce—Vice Chairman)