Lights, camera, action. That is what 14 VSU students have been saying throughout the entire semester, as they have been creating their own short films for the Film and Video society.
And now, on Saturday, Dec. 4, those 14 students will showcase their work during the Film Festival, which will be held at the Student Union Theatre.
Screenings of the student work will begin at 3:30 and will end at 7 p.m. on Saturday night.
Admission to the event is free.
“After working on a project for three months and about 10 or 15 hours a week on top of school and work, it really makes me happy that I have a place to show people how much time and energy it takes to make something only 20 mintes long,” Michael Slater, senior, said.
Awards will be given out to the participants, as the videos were judged by a committee on the west coast.
Entries for the seventh annual film festival include: “Sleepless Days” by Kellie McClune, “Name” by Shane Vanlandingham and Bianca Nelson, “Chance?” by James Savage,
“Killing You Kindly” by Kellie McClune, “The Daily Grind” by Dustin Maeno and Felicia Braaf, “All I Want” by Krystal Gordon, “The Painter” by Derron Miller,
“Wesley Foundation” by James Savage, “Going Home” by David Latham, “The Bottle” by Michael Slater, “BMX: Through My Eyes” by Wesley Bower and “Shadowman” by Tommy Jones.