Results are in for the 2nd round of the “Film on the Fly” mobile phone video challenge, which took place this past weekend on Pi Day! There was a two-way tie for first place:

The Labyrinth: A Pi Day Cell Phone Film by David Cosand and the Cosand Offspring

Why We Need Pi by Wesley Fryer and Children:

Third place honors went to “Pizza Pi During The Recession” by Karen Montgomery:

Rumor is there may be some forthcoming blog badges for winners to use on websites and blogs. (We’ll certainly add ours to Learning Signs!)

The next contest will be April 20-21, 2009, just prior to Earth Day on April 22nd. Sign up to participate via the official Google form. The day of the event, you’ll receive a SMS text message on your phone and/or an email message with the story prompt, and have 20 hours to plan, shoot, edit and upload your video submission to YouTube. Videos must be tagged per the story prompt instructions. All videos must be shot using a cell phone / mobile phone, but videos can be edited on a computer before uploading them. (It’s not necessary to use YouTube’s mobile video upload feature, but you can if you want and don’t care to edit your final submission!)

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2 Responses to A First Place Tie for Film on the Fly about Pi

  1. This post looks just like my post http://gomerichill.blogspot.com/2009/03/what-is-your-school-planning-for-earth.html. I have participated in the February and March FOTF challenges and have had a great experience both time! Take the Challenge and sign up for the next Film on the Fly!

  2. […] out Wes’s post and see what the winners produced for Pi Day. You may learn […]

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