Summer at Melrose

Programming from the Melrose Center includes photo, video, maker, performing arts and digital design classes, teaching kids and teens to engage, create and innovate. Melrose Camps and Events give students a chance to explore and learn in a fun and safe environment with subject matter experts from the Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center. Registration opens May 2nd for events running June 24th to July 23rd.

Melrose in the Mix on WUCF

Our live recording series Melrose in the Mix brings local popular musicians to share their music through live performance and intimate conversation. Head over to our partner WUCF to view this season’s episodes featuring Viviana Clary, Rebekah Pulley and long time MITM collaborators E-Turn and Swamburger.

Now Accepting Submissions!

The 2022 Melrose Film Festival submission period is now open!  Submit your original short film, micro short, documentary, animated short or music video for consideration by May 1. The 2022 festival will be virtual and run from September 9 – 24, 2022.

Driven by innovation and creativity, the Melrose Film Festival highlights the work of imaginative filmmakers across the globe. Our annual festival is dedicated to celebrating the art of visual storytelling in short films, animation and music videos. Join us as we celebrate the art of filmmaking with virtual screenings and virtual events.

Melrose Film Festival – Category Winners

Enjoy the 2021 Melrose Film Festival through September 23!

We are pleased to announce the Best of Category Winners as selected by Melrose Center Video Production Instructors:

Animated Short – He, Director – Katarzyna Radecka (Poland)

Documentary – The Farrier, Director – Moataz Khaled (Egypt)

Micro Short Film – Lou, Director – Jimmy Condaminas (France)

Music Video – Dormo Poco e Sogno Molto – Espana Circo Este, Director – Paolo Santamaria (Italy)

Short Film – All the Time in the World, Director – Riccardo Menicatti & Bruno Ugioli (Italy)

Audience Choice – A Day on Banana Island, Director – Anton De Bruin (Vietnam)

Congratulations to all the winners, and to all 77 Official Selections being screened during the festival!


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