Do-It-Yourself Poster or Video Project

Download your design assets and submit your project here! We hope you enjoyed FIDM’s Entertainment Marketing in the Digital Age high school classroom presentation. This is where you can apply your knowledge about the graphic design or film industry and create your own project. This page features assets for poster and video projects. Use the quick links in the right-hand panel to explore the project galleries, download project assets and submit your project.


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Poster Project Requirements

  • Save your files as a .JPEGs no more than 5 MB
  • Please include your first name, last name, and your high school’s name in the .JPEG file name.

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Video Project Requirements

  • Upload your video to your favorite video sharing website such as Youtube or Vimeo.
  • When that is complete, you are ready to submit!

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Student Spotlight

Shealyn Burdie – Buchanan High School

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“I was excited and honored that FIDM published my video on their Digital Arts Blog Gallery page. Everyday I learn new tips on how to improve my editing and I feel confident that I can improve this and make it even better.”

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Kristen Baily – Yuma High School

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“I’ve always adored the thrill of expressing your work for others to admire and this project fueled my passion for graphic designing even more. I feel as though FIDM has opened my eyes and helped me see that this is what I want to do for the rest of my life.”

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Poster Project Quick Start Guide

Need some help? We’ve shared some of the basic elements of poster design and have included five easy steps to help you get started.

Video Project Quick Start Guide

Need some help? We’ve shared some of the basic elements of video editing and have included nine easy steps to help you get started.

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About This Presentation

A high school classroom presentation by FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

“Entertainment Marketing in the Digital Age” Summary: The entertainment marketing industry sets the bar for innovation, creativity, and visually compelling advertising campaigns in the digital age. Discover what it takes to develop entertainment promotional pieces in this presentation that explores the career of the Entertainment Graphic Designer and the Entertainment Digital Media Professional. This interactive presentation invites students to exercise their conceptual thinking skills while learning detailed film marketing methods and apply their knowledge to develop their own movie poster or movie trailer. This presentation has classroom handouts and support information.

Please contact the FIDM Speakers Bureau at 800-262-3436 to obtain handouts and support information. The handouts for your students may include preparatory and follow-up activities, a template, worksheets, quizzes, and vocabulary lists (where applicable). Support information includes state and national standards and a bibliography (where applicable).

FIDM: Creative Careers Begin Here

Creative careers begin here.

With four California campuses located in the heart of the fashion and entertainment industries, FIDM is a leading, accredited college offering specialized Associate of Arts and Bachelor’s of Arts degrees. FIDM has been educating students with creative and leadership skills for the global industries of fashion, visual arts, interior design, and entertainment for more than 45 years. Learn more at www.fidm.edu.

The FIDM Digital Arts Blog is dedicated to professional and aspiring graphic designers and filmmakers, illustrating the range of career opportunities within these fields written by FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. See more at www.fidmdigitalarts.com.

Image Sources: FIDM Graphic Design Student Portfolios, Youtube

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