YXC Student Video Competition 2018

Congratulations to all the student participants in this year’s Youth Xchange Student Video Competition!

CLICK HERE for the full list of Winners by category.

CLICK HERE for the full list of Finalists by category.

CLICK HERE to watch the Awards Banquet in its entirety.

The Youth Xchange Student Video Competition Awards Banquet will air on ‘Ōlelo Channel 53 on the following dates:

5/16 at 7:00 PM
5/20 at 1:30 PM
5/21 at 3:00 PM
5/22 at 2:00 PM

As the State’s largest student video competition, Youth Xchange continues to expand its outreach to schools and impact on student participants. This year, we have received a record-breaking 983 entries from 100 schools representing 5 different islands. That is quite an accomplishment, but even more impressing was the breadth and depth of the messaging behind each entry and the sheer number of students who contributed to the contest. Thank you for continuing to encourage your students to focus and speak out on issues of concern to them.

This year’s contest includes the following general and expert categories:

  • Mini Documentary: In-depth program of an event, issue, place, individual or group. (10 minute maximum)
  • Public Service Announcement (PSA): A commercial length, informative but concise video about an issue. (30 second maximum, production credit or acknowledgement graphics do not count as part of the 30 second maximum)
  • Short: A creative look at an issue using comedy, drama, music or a cultural setting. (5 minute maximum)
  • Junior Expert: This category allows students K through Middle school with extensive video production skills to compete in a category that recognizes technical expertise using video. Youth Xchange winners who have won two or more times, students who have worked (for hire) professionally creating video, and/or students participating in or receiving help from other students in an advance video or digital media program must enter this category. (10 minute maximum)
  • Expert: This category allows high school and college students with extensive video production skills to compete in a category that recognizes technical expertise using video. Youth Xchange winners who have won two or more times, students who have worked (for hire) professionally creating video, and/or students participating in or receiving help from other students in an advance video or digital media program must enter this category. (10 minute maximum)

In addition to the above five (5) general and expert categories, we are also pleased to have eleven (11) sponsored categories, as follows (click on hyperlinks to view flyers):

Get involved! Empower Youth Voices!

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Rules and Guidelines

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