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  1. Kodak and UFVF Honor Students From Singapore, Poland and United States ROCHESTER, NY (August 10, 2015) - Kodak has named five students as award winners in the 2015 KODAK Scholarship Program, a global competition held annually in collaboration with the University Film and Video Program (UFVF). This year, the Program received a record-breaking number of applications, with over 55 film schools from around the world nominating students for the KODAK Student Scholarship and KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship. Winners received their prizes at the University of Film & Video Association (UFVA) Conference on August 8, at American University in Washington, DC. "Kodak is fervently devoted to the next generation of filmmakers," said Andrew Evenski, president and general manager of Kodak's Entertainment & Commercial Films, "and partnering with the UFVF keeps us closely connected with the institutions teaching these up-and-coming artists. We continually see a tremendous interest from students in producing their projects on film. Many of them grew up shooting digitally, and are now enthusiastic about capturing their images with the magic of celluloid. Creating product grants and scholarships is one way Kodak can help ensure they achieve that opportunity." Award-winning cinematographer John Bailey, ASC led the judging panel, which evaluated entries based on sample reels, faculty recommendations, and academic achievements. The three 2015 KODAK Student Scholarship Program Award winners are: Gold Award ($5,000 tuition scholarship award and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Max Bessmertnyi from New York University's (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts Asia in Singapore for his film The Tricycle Thief. Silver Award ($4,000 tuition scholarship award and $4,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Paulina Skibinska from National Film School in Lodz, Poland for Object. Bronze Award ($3,000 tuition scholarship award and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Matvey Fiks from School of Visual Arts in New York for Babushka. The two 2015 KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Award winners are: First Place ($4,000 tuition scholarship award and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Nicolas Aguilar from Chapman University, California, for his cinematography on Run. Award of Merit ($1,000 tuition scholarship award and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Ziryab Ben Brahem from San Diego State University, California, with Wake. With a mutual passion for education, Kodak collaborates with the UFVF to ensure this program is possible. The UFVF is a not-for-profit organization that engages in and promotes worldwide education, research, innovation, and charitable activities in the arts and sciences of moving images and aural communication. "We are honored to recognize the work of these talented filmmakers, and delighted to put film into their hands and see where they take us," added Evenski. "With studio agreements in place and the recent launch of several Kodak programs to support every budget, artists - from students to award-winning filmmakers - can confidently choose film to fulfill their vision." For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/education.
  2. Renowned Cinematographer John Bailey to Judge Competition ROCHESTER, NY (March 19, 2015) - As part of Kodak's ongoing commitment to the next generation of filmmakers, the company has issued its annual call for entries in the 2015 KODAK Scholarship Program. This international program is designed to encourage and foster new talent by honoring student filmmakers who demonstrate exemplary filmmaking skills and creativity at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Three Student Scholarship Awards and two Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards will be granted. The deadline for submissions is May 15. John Bailey, ASC, a distinguished cinematographer who has advanced the art of cinema, will lead a panel of judges to assess the entries based on sample reels, faculty recommendations, and academic achievements. This is Bailey's fourth consecutive year as a judge. In addition to receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from his peers in the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) this year, his long list of credits include American Gigolo, Ordinary People, The Big Chill, The Accidental Tourist, Groundhog Day, As Good as it Gets, Incident at Loch Ness, Big Miracle, The Way Way Back, and A Walk in the Woods, among many others. He also writes a blog for the ASC - John's Bailiwick - on a range of topics that affect the art and craft of filmmaking. Accredited film schools around the world may nominate up to two students for consideration for the KODAK Student Scholarship, and one cinematography student for the KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship. The cinematography student nominee may also be nominated for the KODAK Student Scholarship Award. Submissions can be made through the online submission process which allows VIMEO or YOUTUBE URLs to link to samples of a student's work. Kodak, in collaboration with the University Film & Video Foundation (UFVF), holds this annual contest to encourage students pursuing a career in filmmaking. The following prizes will be awarded to the finalists and announced in August: KODAK Student Scholarship: Gold: $5,000 Tuition Scholarship Award and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture Product Grant Silver: $4,000 Tuition Scholarship Award and $4,000 KODAK Motion Picture Product Grant Bronze: $3,000 Tuition Scholarship Award and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture Product Grant KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Award: First Place: $4,000 Tuition Scholarship Award and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture Product Grant Award of Merit: $1,000 Tuition Scholarship Award and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture Product Grant Since 1991, Kodak has been supporting future filmmakers and encouraging excellence in the field of motion picture education. The company's ongoing efforts include a range of opportunities that students and educators can use to enrich their knowledge of the art and craft of filmmaking, including educational materials and discounts, in addition to sponsorship of film festivals, awards, seminars and student showcases that raise awareness about emerging talent. For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/education.
  3. LOS ANGELES - Kodak and the University Film and Video Foundation (UFVF) have announced the recipients of the 2014 KODAK Student Scholarship Awards and KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards. The presentation was made Saturday night during the annual banquet and awards ceremony at the University Film and Video Association (UFVA) Conference, which was held last week at Montana State University. Kodak's annual global competition is designed to recognize emerging talent that demonstrates superior filmmaking skills and creativity. Selected by a panel of judges led by award-winning cinematographer John Bailey, ASC, this year's winners represent film schools in Hungary, Russia, Singapore, and the United States. The KODAK Student Scholarship Program Award winners are: Gold Award ($5,000 tuition scholarship award and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Timothy Yeung from New York University's (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts Asia in Singapore for his film 90 Days. Yeung wrote, directed and produced the drama. Silver Award ($4,000 tuition scholarship award and $4,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Dustin Brown from Santa Monica College in California for Solidarity. Brown was writer, director, producer and editor of his narrative. Bronze Award ($3,000 tuition scholarship award and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Anton Moiseenko from the Russian State University of Cinematography (VGIK) in Russia for his piece Experience of the Celestial Bodies. Moiseenko wrote and directed the documentary. The KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Award winners are: First Place ($4,000 tuition scholarship award and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Balaji Manohar, also from Tisch Asia, for his cinematography on Little Master. Honorable Mention ($1,000 tuition scholarship award and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture product grant) - Balász István Balász from the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Hungary for his visuals on House. Kodak partners with the University Film and Video Foundation to make this program possible. The UFVF is a not-for-profit organization that engages in and promotes worldwide education, research, innovation, and charitable activities in the arts and sciences of moving images and aural communication. Accredited film schools around the world nominated up to two students for consideration for the KODAK Student Scholarship, and one cinematography student for the KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship. The cinematography student nominee could also be nominated for the KODAK Student Scholarship Award. They were judged on a combination of past work, faculty recommendations, and academic achievement. Judging took place in July. In addition to Bailey, the entries were judged by Melinda Levin, a professor at the University of North Texas and president of the UFVF, and Kodak's Lorette Bayle, who is also an award-winning filmmaker. Kodak introduced its worldwide film school program in 1991. Through the years, the program has grown to include a wide range of initiatives to help both students and educators enrich the development of their skills in the art and craft of filmmaking. For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/education.
  4. ROCHESTER, NY (March 24, 2014) - The KODAK Scholarship Program is now accepting submissions for the 2014 competition. This international program acknowledges student filmmakers who demonstrate exemplary filmmaking skills and creativity at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The deadline for entries is May 16. John Bailey, ASC, a distinguished cinematographer known for his artistic contributions to cinema, will spearhead the panel of judges, who will assess entries based on sample reels, faculty recommendations, and academic achievements. This is Bailey's third consecutive year as a judge. His long list of credits include American Gigolo, Ordinary People, The Big Chill, The Accidental Tourist, Groundhog Day, As Good as it Gets, Incident at Loch Ness, Big Miracle and The Way Way Back, among many others. He also writes a blog for the American Society of Cinematographers - John's Bailiwick - on a range of topics that affect the art and craft of filmmaking. This year, Kodak introduces a new, online submission process to make entering easier. In addition to an online entry form, film schools can now use a public VIMEO or YOUTUBE URL to upload a sample of the student's work that best exemplifies their filmmaking skills. Accredited film schools around the world may nominate up to two students for consideration for the KODAK Student Scholarship, and one cinematography student for the KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship. The cinematography student nominee may also be nominated for the KODAK Student Scholarship Award. Kodak, in collaboration with the University Film & Video Foundation (UFVF), holds this annual contest to encourage students pursuing a career in filmmaking. The following prizes will be awarded to the finalists and announced in August: KODAK Student Scholarship: Gold: $5,000 tuition scholarship and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture Film grant Silver: $4,000 tuition scholarship and $4,000 KODAK Motion Picture Film grant Bronze: $3,000 tuition scholarship and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture Film grant KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Award: First Place: $4,000 tuition scholarship and $5,000 KODAK Motion Picture Film grant Honorable Mention: $1,000 tuition scholarship and $3,000 KODAK Motion Picture Film grant Since 1991, Kodak has been supporting future filmmakers and encouraging excellence in the field of motion picture education. The company's ongoing efforts include a range of opportunities that students and educators can use to enrich their knowledge of the art and craft of filmmaking, including educational materials and discounts, in addition to sponsorship of film festivals, awards, seminars and student showcases that raise awareness about emerging talent. For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/education. # About Kodak Kodak is a technology company focused on imaging for business. Kodak serves customers with disruptive technologies and breakthrough solutions for the product goods packaging, graphic communications and functional printing industries. The company also offers leading products and services in Entertainment Imaging and Commercial Films. For additional information on Kodak, visit us at kodak.com, follow us on Twitter @Kodak, or like us on Facebook at KodakNow. About Kodak's Entertainment Imaging Business Kodak's Entertainment Imaging business is the world leader in providing motion picture film and imaging products, services, and technology for the professional motion picture and exhibition industries. For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/motion. Follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/KodakMotionPictureFilm), Twitter (@Kodak_ShootFilm), and YouTube (youtube.com/KodakShootFilm). (Kodak is a trademark.) 2014 Media Contacts: Lisa Muldowney, ignite, +1 760-212-4130, lisa@ignite.bz Sally Christgau, ignite, +1 415-238-2254, sally@ignite.bz
  5. Winners Represent Universities from Mexico, Africa, Germany and U.S. (LOS ANGELES, CA) Kodak and the University Film and Video Foundation (UFVF) have named the 2013 recipients of the KODAK Student Scholarship Awards and KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards, which were selected by a panel of judges led by award-winning cinematographer John Bailey, ASC. This year's winners represent film schools in Mexico, Africa, Germany and the United States. Kodak's annual global competition is designed to recognize emerging talent that demonstrates superior filmmaking skills and creativity. Accredited film schools from around the world nominated up to two students for consideration in each award category. They were judged on a combination of past work, faculty recommendations, and academic achievement. Judging took place in July. The KODAK Student Scholarship winners are: Gold Award - Carlos Eduardo Correa Reynoso from Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica in Mexico, for his film Mr. Sabas. His award includes a $5,000 Kodak motion picture film product grant, and a $4,000 tuition scholarship. Silver Award - Werner Nortje from the AFDA in Africa for Jericho. The award includes a Kodak $4,000 motion picture film grant, and a $3,000 tuition scholarship. Bronze Award - Nicolas Navia from the American Film Institute (AFI) in the U.S. for his piece The Superman. The award comes with a $3,000 Kodak motion picture product grant and $2,000 tuition scholarship. The KODAK Student Cinematography winners are: First Place - Max Preiss from Deutsche Film Und Fernsehakademie Berlin (DFFB) in Germany for his cinematography on Come and Play. He receives a $5,000 Kodak film product grant and $3,000 to be applied toward his tuition. Honorable Mention - Daniella Nowitz, also from AFI, for her work on Sassafras. The award is a $3,000 Kodak product grant, and $1,500 for tuition. Kodak partners with the University Film and Video Foundation to make this program possible. The UFVF is a not-for-profit organization that engages in and promotes worldwide education, research, innovation, and charitable activities in the arts and sciences of moving images and aural communication. In addition to Bailey, the entries were judged by Melinda Levin, a professor at the University of North Texas and president of the UFVF, and Kodak's Lorette Bayle, who is also an award-winning filmmaker. Kodak introduced its worldwide film school program in 1991. Through the years, the program has grown to include a wide range of initiatives to help both students and educators enrich the development of their skills in the art and craft of filmmaking. For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/education. About Kodak's Entertainment Imaging Business Kodak's Entertainment Imaging business is the world leader in providing motion picture film and imaging products, services, and technology for the professional motion picture and exhibition industries. For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/motion. Follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/KodakMotionPictureFilm), Twitter (@Kodak_ShootFilm), and YouTube (youtube.com/KodakShootFilm). # # # Media Contacts: ignite strategic communications 818.303.8088 Lisa Muldowney - direct: 760.212.4130 / lisa@ignite.bz Sally Christgau - direct: 415.238.2254 / sally@ignite.bz
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