Apply for scholarship to fund your film project

The Media School Report • Sept. 1, 2017
Shadow shot of ODIA team
From left, Ryan Black, Tom Miller and Peter Stevenson confer during the filming of One Day in April. They have established a scholarship to help student filmmakers. (Mark Felix | The Media School)

Fund your film project with the One Day in April Scholarship. This one-time award will grant a student $1,000 to support production costs for a film project, thanks to an alumnus.

In 2013, Thomas Miller, BAJ’12, directed One Day in April, a documentary about the Little 500. Miller put the proceeds from screenings of the film toward funding the scholarship and supporting aspiring student filmmakers.

Undergraduate students pursuing a degree from The Media School are eligible. Applications must include a description of your project and a detailed budget. Apply by Sunday, Oct. 1.

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