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French Film Essay Competition

The $500.00- prize will be offered once a year to an undergraduate student who is judged to have written a worthy essay on a subject in the field of medieval and early modern French literature and thought. For the purposes of this competition, subjects will be considered acceptable if they concern writings in French prior to 1800.

french film essay competition

The essays submitted to this competition may be based on graded work for a course. Each essay will be between 2000 and 3000 words. Essays should be double-spaced in Times New Roman font, with margins of 1 -1.25 inches. Please submit essays in PDF to Ms. Paw Kamjan ( by 5:00 p.m. February 20.

The Department of French at the University of Virginia announces the annual essay competition for The Lieutenant Commander Charles Oscar Maas, USNRF, Assistant Naval Attaché to the American Embassy, Paris, France, World War I, Prize.

The submission deadline for the 2021-2022 Maas Prize competition is at 5pm on February 20. Email submissions of essays must be received by Ms. Paw Kamjan ( in the Department of French no later than 5pm on Feb. 20th. In the Subject Line, please indicate: Intermediate Maas Essay Entry.

The judges and co-organisers of the competition are very grateful for the support and assistance of Routes into Languages and the Robert Taylor Society, and look forward to an equally creative response to the films next year.

We very much enjoy judging the competition and are always impressed by the imagination and wit of the submissions. Entries should be submitted by email to by noon on 27th March 2015.

Details: This essay competition is for Lower Sixth Formers (Year 12s). It is aimed at all those in the Lower Sixth form taking Classics and/or Classical Civilization A-levels/Highers/IB, or those with an interest in the Ancient World who currently studying other subjects.

Details: The competition, focussing on the study of the ancient world. is open to all students currently studying in Year 12 anywhere in the UK, and is designed to give students of any subject the opportunity to write an essay on the classical world.

Prizes: In addition to the prestige of being announced winner of the Dismal Scientist competition, your essay will also be published in 2015 edition. We are also offering 100 to the winner and 50 to the two runner ups.

Details: The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages at Oxford University is looking for budding film enthusiasts in Years 7-11 and 12-13 to embrace the world of French cinema. To enter the competition, students in each age group are asked to re-write the ending of a film in no more than 1500 words.

Details: The R.A. Butler Prize for essays in Politics and International Studies is a competition that can be entered by students in Year 12 or the Lower 6th. Essays should be between 2,000 and 4,000 words (not including the bibliography).

Details: At Keble, one of the colleges of the University of Oxford, they are running an essay competition to encourage more interest in Theology & Religion in schools, and to offer an opportunity for students to consider in more depth questions of contemporary and historical significance. We are looking for essays which are carefully researched, well-structured and well-presented, but which also reflect critical awareness and an ability to reason through an argument.

ANDREW D. WHITE (1902). First awarded in 1907, the gift of Professor Guy Stanton Ford of the University of Illinois in honor of Andrew D. White, B.A. 1853; endowed by a bequest from Mr. White. For the best essays, one in American history, one in European history, and one in third-world history by freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and graduate students and for the best essay in European, English, or third-world history by a junior, senior, or graduate student. Senior essays in English, European, or third-world history in fulfillment of the major requirement are considered as entered in competition. All essays must be completed during the current academic year.

GEORGE WASHINGTON EGLESTON (1901). George Washington Egleston of Eardisley, Herefordshire, England, brother of Thomas Egleston, B.A. 1854, and William C. Egleston, B.A. 1861. For the best essay on American history completed by a resident student during the current academic year. Doctoral dissertations presented in the Department of History in the appropriate field are considered as entered in competition.

HOWARD R. LAMAR PRIZE IN FILM AND VIDEO (1993). The Bruce Geller Fund. In honor of Howard Lamar, 21st President of Yale and long-standing member of the Film Studies Committee. Awarded annually to a graduating senior, either for outstanding work in film and/or video or for an outstanding essay on some aspect of cinema and/or television. Majors in any department are eligible, provided submitted work is completed during the senior year.

JOHN ADDISON PORTER-AMERICAN HISTORY (1901). Mrs. Porter in memory of her husband, John A. Porter, B.A. 1878. To a junior or senior for the best original essay completed during the current academic year on a subject bearing upon the political, constitutional, or economic history, condition, or future of the United States. Essays submitted by seniors majoring in American history in fulfillment of the major requirement are considered as entered in competition.


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