To foster development of excellent communication skills through the written word, NCFCA conducts an annual Short Film Contest. For the 2017-2018 season, the focus will be Making a Difference. This contest is meant to encourage homeschool students to learn the art of storytelling in a compelling, inventive and thoughtful way, addressing life issues from a biblical worldview in a manner that glorifies God. The director should carefully consider what message is being communicated and strive to present that message in a strong and relevant fashion.

2017 Theme – Making a Difference

2017-2018 Details and Rules

 

Cody Dedon, winner of the 2014 NCFCA Short Film Contest, has created a series of Short Film Tutorials.

 

Short Film Winners


2017-2018 ThemeMaking a Difference

Short Film: Alumni/Parent

1st – Impact the Next Generation, Adam Johnson and Julie Johnson (Region V)

 

Short Film: 12-18

1st – Twisted Influence, Christine Chamberlain (Region V)

2nd – The NCFCA Mission Statement, Andrew Amedick, (Region IX)

3rd – NCFCA and It’s Impact, Judah Brousseau and Zachary Murch (Region X)

 


Previous Contest Winners


2016-2017  Theme – Transformation

  • Special Recognition for Outstanding Story Line – Asaph Goodenough (Region IV)
  • Special Recognition for Outstanding Message – Christine Chamberlain (Region V)
  • Special Recognition for Outstanding Cinematography/Score – Nathan Crory (Region X)

 


2015 Theme – Perspective

2015 SHORT FILM CONTEST WINNERS

 


 

2014 Theme – Chosen

2014 SHORT FILM CONTEST WINNERS

 


 

2013 Theme – Determination

2013 SHORT FILM CONTEST WINNERS


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NCFCA is an organization committed to training homeschool, high school students to address life issues in a manner that glorifies God, and ultimately preparing our students to  shape our culture and impact people for Christ.
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