Directing Change

The 2016 Directing Change at City student film contest has ended. 12 student teams from City, Mesa, and Miramar campuses entered this year's contest and each submitted 60-second PSAs on suicide prevention and mental health awareness. These teams competed for prizes totaling a value of over $1000! Winners were award at the 2016 Directing Change at City student film contest award ceremony on May 12, 2016. Below are our contest winners and their films.

2016


3rd Place: "Untitled" by Natalie Perez of City College https://youtu.be/jIk7grhO6AQ



2nd Place:
"Black and White" Jesus Adrian Ruvalcaba of Mesa College https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MG_Zg_BmKI



1st Place:
"I am here" by Kaitlin Williams of City College https://youtu.be/G6a80Vh3VK0


Previous years’ winners 2015


3rd Place:
"Let's Change Minds About Suicide" Enrique Dominguez http://youtube/UJHlesKTmiAhttp://youtu.be/UJHlesKTmiA

  


2nd Place:
"Directing Change: Suicide Prevention" Quyen Le https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=couZno1OIS4&feature=youtu.be



1st Place:
"Full Circle" Darien Michael Smith http://youtu.be/eXaIedr-Syo



2014 1st Place:
"Directing Change: This is Jimmie" Averill Labrador http://youtu.be/rN_LS2H0FRg


For City, Mesa, and/or Miramar College students interest in entering next year's film contest, please visit this webpage at the beginning of Spring 2017.