Student work from Shanghai International Studies University’s School of Journalism and Communication (SJC) won awards in the First Wanfenglin International Micro Film Festival. The events tookl place on Feb. 5, in southwest Guizhou Province.
The five award-winning films from SJCare:
lWho Took This Red Line, by Hong Xinyi and her team,documentary prize and shortlisted Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival;
lChina GuStory,by Zhou Yu Lu and her team, third prize for documentary program;
lGraduate Drama Outside, by Yang Jia Qi and his team,third prize for documentary progarm;
lCampaign Diary”,by Zhao Ke Hui and her team,third prize for colleges and universities units;
lRight Place, by Liu Hai Feng and his team,third prize for short movies.
The event attracted the participation of more than 5,000 micro-film enthusiasts, and received a total of more than 1,360 work from Great China, Australia, Malaysia, United States, South Korea, Japan and other countries.
First Wanfenglin International Micro Film Festival was co-sponsored by the World Institute of Chinese Academy of Social Media Research Center of Journalism and Communication, China Film Art Association, British environmental International Film Festival, Peninsula International Documentary Film Festival, and the Middle East International Film Festival.It was co-organized by People's Daily, Xinhua News Agency, Hong Kong Ta Kung Pao and 21 other media organizations.
All five award-winning films were produced by the students from BA Broadcast Journalism, of SJC. Since it was launched in 2001, BA Broadcast Journalism put a strong emphasis on both broadcast theories and practices in a global context. It is expected that the students will continue to produce such successful video work that suits both local and international sights.
（School of Journalism and Communication, Hong Xin Yi）