ADAM DOUGLAS KAMIL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT MEDIA PRIZE
The Adam Douglas Kamil Student Media Prize, was developed to help UC San Diego undergraduates polish their skills in film production and to help them realize their creative potential in this field. Adam was a UC San Diego, Visual Arts Media major with a passion for the power of media to connect people. To honor the memory of their son who passed away in December 2009, the Kamil family has established the Adam Douglas Kamil Student Media Prize.
The Adam Douglas Kamil Student Media Prize includes two awards. “Production Grants” with a limited number of recipients and a “Final Prize” recipient; both awards are open to all UC San Diego enrolled students. The “Production Grants” are to assist students in funding the production of a film piece addressing the theme So, What’s Your Story, while the “Final Prize” is awarded to a polished final product.
This year’s final prize was awarded to Ei Toshinari for his film Artificial/Nature. To view the winning film please visit: http://vimeo.com/41314811