Concordia film students find new ways to get their work to the public

The advance in video internet technology is providing student filmmakers with new mediums to present their work to the general public. Four Concordia students have seized this opportunity by having their works selected for Le court en Web 2, an online competition that will be presented for the next few months on the Silence on court! website.

The advance in video internet technology is providing student filmmakers with new mediums to present their work to the general public. Four Concordia students have seized this opportunity by having their works selected for Le court en Web 2, an online competition that will be presented for the next few months on the Silence on court! website.

“We really believed in our movie, and we thought it had a good chance of being selected,” explained John Londono, a recent graduate from the fine arts photography program.

Londono worked over the summer with film production graduate Sabrina Ratt

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