November 7th & 8th, 2014
Join The Mosaic Film Experience: Enter by August 31, 2014
The Mosaic Film Experience is a two-day film festival celebrating thought-provoking views of the world around you, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. High school and college students are empowered to use film as a forum for conversations about diversity and different views of the world around us in a three-step process: learn, create, share.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three films from each category (three high school student films, three college student films). And new this year, The Rick Wilson Memorial Prize given to the best High School and College entry from West Michigan.
2013 Mosaic Film Experience Winners
Mosaic Film Experience High School 1st Place Winner
Director: Kira Bursky - USA
Girly spends her last moments with her lover, Benny, with the hopes of him promising his love for her forever.
Faith of Art:
Mosaic Film Experience 2013 College 1st Place Winner
Director: Oligar da Paz - Netherlands
A Russian immigrant puts aside his past to passionately pursue his artistic dreams.
Escaping the Island:
Mosaic Film Experience 2013 High School 2nd Place Winner
Director: Malone Lumarda - USA
A young individual struggles with society's obsession with technology
Mosaic Film Experience College 2nd Place Winner
Director: Calvin Johnson - USA
Stanley and Rebecca engage in the most illegal of activities - love.
Destination Planet Negro:
Mosaic Film Experience 2013 - High School 3rd Place Award
Director: Jordan Wippell - Australia
The neo-noir story of a man seeking redemption for a violent crime.
Mosaic Film Experience 2013 College 3rd Place Winner
Director: Maria VanDyken - USA
Mary and Rachel deliver Thanksgiving meals to families in need.
The Festival Location
NOVEMBER 7th & 8th, 2014 AT WEALTHY THEATRE IN GRAND RAPIDS
Celebrate the students who have submitted their work in a 2-day film festival, hosted by Wealthy Theatre, in downtown Grand Rapids. This event showcases some of the most compelling, enjoyable, and moving work produced by these students, as well as critically acclaimed films that communicate diverse perspectives.
Sid and Sharin Jansma