To maximize eligibility for and distribution to the broadest spectrum of screening venues (competitions, festivals, broadcast, streaming, and social media), student films at Edinboro University will employ the following template of credits:
Opening Credits
Though you may/should show a title card before/as the film begins, please avoid opening credits.  The title should mirror the production values of the film.
Lower Thirds
Graphics identifying on-screen talent must appear within the “title safe area” as defined by overlays in Adobe Premiere.
End Credits
  • No end credit sequence may exceed 30 seconds.  Shorter is better.
  • List contributors as few times as possible.  Combine credits if necessary (i.e. “written and directed by”) so that no person will be listed more than twice.
  • It is of paramount importance that contributor names be spelled correctly.  Nicknames should be avoided except in the rarest of cases.
  • Credit any content that you did not create.  Check sources carefully for licenses and attribution details. 
  • Credit sequences must conclude with the words “Produced by Digital Filmmakers at” followed by one of two EUP logos, white or black, chosen for maximum contrast to the credits’ background.  Links to the logos are available below.
  • Indicate copyright only if the members of your group have consolidated ownership by signing work-for-hire agreements.
  • List scrolling credits in the following order – without static cards.  In the interest of time, multiple column scrolls are acceptable, even preferable.
Key Creatives
Director of Photography/Camera Operator
Production Design/Costume/Make-Up
Production Sound/Sound Recordist/Boom Operator
Production Assistants
Sound FX
Visual Effects
Non-original Materials
Sound Effects
Images/Video Footage
Thank You
(include EUP employees here only)
Produced by Digital Filmmakers at
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