Seeflik puts student shorts on demand

Winners of film competish to share $50,000

The film competish site Seeflik will bring 20 student-made shorts to Comcast’s Xfinity Web, mobile and on demand services. These finalists participated in the site’s online contest, “The Competition 2011,” and will be available through March 31.

“By expanding viewers’ access to these films on Xfinity TV, we hope to build awareness around how films, and our entertainment, continue to bridge cultures, peoples and understanding,” said Lawrence R. Meli, CEO of Seeflik.

The top entries were selected from 400 entries from 80 universities and colleges. Films were evaluated based on writing, production value and overall quality. The panel of judges includes producer Michael London, scripter Shane Black and thesp Luis Guzman.

Top six finalists will share a cash prize pool of $50,000. Winners will have the chance to be mentored by exec David Greenblatt and showcase their work to agencies and studios.

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