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Art ASL Video Awards 2020

Mark your Calendars!

Content Description: Erin wearing black inside a red TV reminds you to mark your calendars!

Transcript: Go grab your calendar. No, really. Go get it. Bring a pen as well. I’ll wait. (pause) By the way, make sure your calendars are for 2020 not 2019. Now, go to February 2020. Go down the month to the 29th. Yes, the 29th. Such a rare leap-year date. Now, make it your goal to submit your video in by February 29th. Mark a X. Circle the date. Whatever that would help you remember. Submit your video!

End image: Third Annual Art ASL Video Awards screening taking place in Riverside, CA on April 18, 2020.

Image description: An old school film strip coming out of a mobile phone with a light bulb, the word ASL, and ribbon inside individual film squares and scissors under the strip (editing). Red words under the film strip reads “Get Ready for Spring 2020!!”

Submission Deadline: February 29, 2020
Qualifying Video Notifications: March 16, 2020
Screening: April 18, 2020.
Criteria for submitting your short video can be found at artaslvideo.com.


Save the Date!
Content Description: Erin wearing black inside a red TV asks you to save the date!

Transcript: Get out your calendar again. Let’s go to April this time. Now, lock down Saturday the 18th. Plan nothing else but to be there at the AAVA competition screening showcasing videos from Deaf people all over the country. Also, be there when they announce the award winners! End image: Third Annual Art ASL Video Awards screening taking place in Riverside, CA on April 18, 2020.

Image description: An old school film strip coming out of a mobile phone with a light bulb, the word ASL, and ribbon inside individual film squares and scissors under the strip (editing). Red words under the film strip reads “Get Ready for Spring 2020!!”

Submission Deadline: February 29, 2020
Qualifying Video Notifications: March 16, 2020
Screening: April 18, 2020.
Criteria for submitting your short video can be found at artaslvideo.com.

Produced by Lenois Productions

10th Anniversary

First business video on Oct. 21, 2009
https://lenois.com/2009/10/jms-vlog-blackberry-curve/

1890: A tale of Deaf teacher

Story by Jon Savage

Art ASL Video Awards

Hey all! Join the competition for a chance to win cash prizes. Show us
your magic.

Video opens with a red television-like border and “art asl video” above two white triangles representing the letter A and V with an one-eyed hand in the middle. Below reads “awards 2019”.

(TV SNOW) Header is followed by a video of two young people at a park.

The female taps the male and tells him she has an idea.

The male asks what the idea is.

She suggests that they make a short video.

He agrees and says sure.

She with a big smile grabs her smartphone out of her pocket. We get a sneak peek of them recording each other signing in ASL. Signs for “CHAMP” and “BEAUTIFUL” are seen. They regroup to review their work. You can see their work done in black and white on her phone.

Clip transits with TV “snow” and then the red tv-like border again with words in black and white explaining that you have until May 15, 2019 to submit your artwork to www.artaslvideo.com. (TV SNOW) The screening and awards will take place during the biannual ASLTA Conference at the Grand Manchester Hyatt on July 1, 2019. See www.aslta2019.com for more information.

(TV SNOW) AAVA is sponsored and made possible by ASLTA So-Cal, Eyeth Entertainment, and CAD. AAVA is produced by Lenois Productions. (TV SNOW) The video ends with the AAVA red hand winking at you.

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