Jim Harbin Student Media Festival
The Jim Harbin Student Media Festival is a movie making competition for students in K-12th grade sponsored by The Florida Association of Media Specialists. The first level of the competition is held at schools. The second level is county-wide and the final level is statewide.
The festival was created in honor of Jim Harbin, a former consultant with the Florida Department of Education, who originated the idea of a statewide student media festival to recognize the excellent work being done across the state of Florida by student media producers.
DISTRICT DEADLINE AND SUBMISSION PROCESS
All video submissions this year will be submitted via FilmFreeway to Catherine Kinkead (share with email [email protected]) no later than Monday, March 8th 2021. If you’ve never used the FilmFreeway platform, please contact by email or call directly at 547-3946.
Jim Harbin Resources
Video Production Services
We’re glad to assist you in creating content to serve our schools, students, and community. Before you do, make sure you read the content guidelines below to make sure the project fits with SEA-TV’s missions and goals. Please make all requests at least two weeks prior to the recording date. Depending on the project, some requests may need to be submitted even earlier.
The Instructional Television Services for the St. Johns County School District is a component of the SJCSD Community Relations Department. The Media Services Department has maintained an instructional video service for many years. We currently have a collection of instructional videos that are available via a district courier system or walk in check out. Our videos are available for check out for all personnel in the SJCSD.