• Whitt Fine Arts Academy will be hosting its inaugural iCreate Student Film Contest in conjunction with its 6th Annual Film Festival. Prizes will be awarded to the first and second place winners in each category.


    In addition to prizes, winning films will be featured at the Whitt Fine Arts Academy annual Film Festival at the Uptown Theatre on May 24.

    The theme for this year's iCreate video contest is "How does technology give you power in education?"


    Awards & Prizes

    You have the chance to win various prizes such as Amazon tablets, Firesticks, Echo Dots, gift certificates and much more.

    Who can enter?

    Any current Grand Prairie ISD student in grades K-12 


    The theme for the iCreate video contest is "How does technology give you power in education?"

    Rules and Guidelines

    What are the film requirements?

    Each submission must be a minimum of 30 seconds and a maximum of three (3) minutes long.

    Entries may be submitted by individuals or groups of 2.

     The video must be an original work. 

    No copyrighted material (music, images, etc.) or trademarks (company names, logos, brands, etc.) may be used unless you own or have a license to use the material for this contest.

    All videos must be produced by campus students with staff support.

    Please remember this contest is intended to be a school production, not a professional video.

    Campuses are responsible for securing media release forms (that cover Internet usage) for the students who appear in the video. 

    Students are encouraged to think of creative ways to incorporate the theme “ How does technology give you power in education?” into their films.


    For More information and to submit your video please visit: