Making a compelling video can be a tricky task — one an upcoming workshop will help Brock graduate students to tackle.
Held Thursday, Dec. 8 at 1 p.m., the final workshop in a series held to help students prepare for the upcoming GRADflix video research competition will focus on filmmaking.
Organized by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, the GRADflix workshops offer students an opportunity to prepare and polish their creative skills for the competition. GRADflix calls on current and recent graduate students to submit creative videos describing their research in 60 seconds or less for a chance to win one of four cash prizes ranging from $300 to $1,000.
Graduate students can RSVP on ExperienceBU for Thursday’s workshop, Filmmaking in the Lab: Creating Engaging Videos from Start to Finish, presented by Mitch Morrone, Brock’s Video Communications and Production Specialist.
Drop-in support for the GRADflix competition will be available the first two weeks of January.
Students can find more information and stay up to date on the competition on the GRADflix web page.