The artwork on the sunset-color hued posters heralding the upcoming 6th annual Canyons District Film Festival is the work of Jordan High student Dexter Holmes.
Holmes submitted this year’s winning entry in the poster contest for the 2015 festival, which is open to all Canyons District students and teachers.
Holmes’ design, which features a red rock formation resembling a video camera, is being used on posters, fliers, websites and other materials promoting the April 16 festival. The event will be at Eastmont Middle, 10100 S. 1300 East.
Festival organizers recently announced there would be four levels of competition at this year’s cinematic competition — elementary school, middle school, high school, and teacher. Entries in the judged categories — Feature Film, Documentary, Animation, PSA, Newscast, Advertisement, and Teacher Film — are due March 19.
Need a few tips to help prepare for the festival? Visit the festival's website for information, resources, examples of previous winners, and instructions for the submissions of entries.
Please note: Film festival entries that break copyright, do not contain proper credits, or do not have proper media and information releases for each person involved in the film will not be considered for awards at the CSD festival.