Fabric Eleven Intern Selected As Campus MovieFest Finalist!

Every year, Campus MovieFest tours the world viewing over 75,000 videos created by the next generation of moviemakers. Not only does this make CMF the world’s largest student film festival, but it also makes them one of the most notable institutions that connect students with today’s most inspirational leaders in the film industry.  For each school they visit, CMF throws a film festival where students can submit their short films in categories that range anywhere from film genres to technical skillsets.

The Fabric Eleven team is very excited to announce that their very own intern Tera Babb has earned her place as one of the seven finalists in the nation for CMF’s newest category: Crime Drama. Her film “Just Walk Away” won first place in this category during CMF’s stop at The University of Arizona, which lead the film to compete with dozens of other students who had earned the same placement at their school.

Only seven students were selected as national finalists in the Crime Drama category, and “Just Walk Away” was one of the submissions that had stood out against dozens of other films from across the nation. Now, Tera has the chance to win $10,000 and connect with CSI Franchise creator Anthony E. Zuiker. To be selected as a CMF finalist is an honor, and Fabric Eleven couldn’t be anymore proud of Tera.

Help Tera win by voting for her film “Just Walk Away”: