First Prize: No IPR/No Creation (or Creativity): Liu Yun (Rita) & Wang Yuhan (Jessica) - Juniors
Second Prize: Protected Intellectual Property, Support Authorized DVDs: Ma Yi Ding (Edison), Yang Boyue (Zora), Li Lifeng (Lee) & Zhang
Meng (Alex) - Juniors
Third Prize: Don't Download Pirated Software: Lu Jiong Ming (William), Qiu Yudi (Prince), Xue You Ning (Gary), Wang Anqi (Andy), Feng
Xin (Fred) - Sophomores
See photos of the Award Ceremony.
(A U.S. Department of State Federal Assistance Award: Innovation Project)
Intellectual Property Rights Panel Discussion
NYIT Student Public Service Announcements (PSA) Review and Critique
This Tuesday and Wednesday, May 7 and 8, the NYIT Center for Humanities and Culture at NUPT will present “Making Creativity Work,” a year-long, innovative project of Communication Arts study and creation, funded by a $25,000 U.S. Department of State Federal Assistance Award. “Making Creativity Work” consists of a Panel Discussion about Intellectual Property Rights and the Film Industry and Review and Critique of NYIT Student Public Service Announcements (PSAs). Each event will be held in NYIT Center for Humanities and Culture at NUPT, Building #1 Room 207.
Tuesday, May 7, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m., NYIT Communication Arts Professor Geoff Bell, Ph.D., will moderate a panel discussion between film and IPR experts from Asia and America and NYIT students to explore such as topics as cultural differences in copyright behavior, the law and technology, and artists’ ability to manage rights to their own creative works in the present context.
Wednesday, May 8, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., NYIT Communication Arts Professor, Thomas Speirs will lead a Review and Critique of NYIT student PSAs on Intellectual Property Rights. Wednesday’s Review and Critique is the last step before the PSAs, written, directed and produced by NYIT student film-makers, are submitted for judging in the NUPT Student Film Festival held later this month. The winning PSA will win 10,000 RMB 1st prize.
Learn more about the panel of experts and organizers of “Making Creativity Work".