[ANN] Announcing Film Semi Contest for The Martian Movie!
The Martian was announced at the International Astronautical Congress in Houston, Texas last week.
In addition to the movie, there are other awards and prizes for filmmakers, as well as a special awards ceremony.
Here are the details: Film Semi is a contest for filmmakers and other creators to create and submit films for consideration in the next year’s Astrophysical Sciences film category.
There are many different categories of Astrophysics films, but the top three films that are most popular are: The Martian, JPL’s Voyager 1 and 2 missions, and Hubble.
The first round of the contest will run for two weeks, with winners announced on February 22nd.
Film Semi has been running since the end of March and will end on March 13.
There will be a second round on March 24, and winners will be announced on April 3.
The winner will be chosen at a public vote, and will receive an entry into the Astrophysicists Society of America’s film award.
The winner’s film will be presented at the Astronautics Society of Canada’s Awards Gala on April 7.
This year, there will be three awards: The Best Astrophosical Film, the Most Inspiring Film, and the Best Cinematography Award.
The first prize is a $1,000 cash prize, which is for a film that “demonstrates that it’s important to create a visually compelling and engaging film experience, and is well-designed to communicate the scientific, technological, and societal significance of the film.”
The second prize is $500 in travel expenses for a short film about the Martian, and $500 for a feature film, which must “explore the themes, themes, and scientific issues that have shaped the scientific and technological landscape on Mars.”
And the third prize is an invitation to attend the Astrofilm Science Fair, which takes place in late May, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland.
There, you can meet with the winners and learn about the process of making your film.
If you’re interested in seeing your film, the best way to do it is to go to the Film Seminar on March 22nd in Houston.
There you will find a full schedule of workshops and other opportunities.
In addition to being a great way to get your film on the big screen, the Astrobooks Festival will also offer special screenings, lectures, and workshops.
There are also several competitions for films in different fields.
For example, the Planetary Society’s film contest in August, 2019, will have the opportunity to compete with the likes of NASA and the European Space Agency, among others.
As always, the competition for the Astrodome has always been open to filmmakers and their ideas.
So, if you’re a filmmaker, you’re in luck!
Here’s what you need to know about the Astroprofilms contest: The Astrophies Society of North America (ASNA) and Astrophotography Canada (AOSC) are sponsoring the Astroturf contest, with $1 million going to the winning film.
This will help support the Astromicrofilms Foundation, which helps fund film-making efforts and projects in the Astroscopes and Astrophotography communities.
An additional $250,000 will go to NASA’s Planetary Science Division, and another $250 and $250 per film will go towards the Astrotech Institute, a non-profit that helps scientists in science and technology.
This year’s contest is the first in a series of Astrobook festivals that will be taking place in 2019.
The ASNA-funded Astrofilmas event, which will be held in Toronto, Ontario, in May, is one of the first to go public.
AOSB-funded film festival, Astroboots Toronto, will take place in March, 2019.
Other festivals are planned for 2019: The International Astronomical Congress in Paris, France; the American Astronomical Society’s Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia; the International Society for Astrophotonics’s International Conference in Washington, DC; and the International Astrophotographers Association’s Annual Meeting in London, England.
You can also watch a livestream of the competition here.
Here are the other film categories in which Astrophyss are offering prizes: Astrophysics: The Space Race (a short film) Astrophotos: Science and Technology and the Search for Life in the Universe (a feature film) Astrophotographs: Science, Art, and Photography (a collection of short films) Here is the complete list of Astrophotography competitions: 1.
Astrophography: The Science of Photography (AASP-ASAP) 2.
Astrophoto: A Collection of Astrological Photographic Contributions (ASAP-ASSP) 3.
Astrobooting: The World’s Greatest Astrophots (ASSP-ASWG) 4. Astrotechn