Film Festival at WWU Spotlights Student Films
|3/22/2007||Mary Ann Beahon|
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||(573) 592-1127|
The film festival will run Thursday, Friday and Monday (March 29, March 30 and April 1) in the Library Auditorium on the William Woods campus, starting at 6 each night.
In its third year, the film festival is open to filmmakers of every age locally, nationally and internationally. The festival is designed to spotlight up-and-coming filmmakers from WWU, along with other amateurs and professionals from around the world.
On Thursday, non-experimental films will be screened; on Friday, experimental films, and on Monday, professional experimental films.
William Woods University current and former students who have entered their work in the festival are Caleb Cheney of Mexico, Mo.; Brooke Gastineau of New Bloomfield, Mo.; Michele Eggen of Jefferson City, Mo.; Dan Binning of St. Charles, Mo.; Catharine Douglass of Kansas City, Mo.; Cydney Cutchall of Fulton, Mo.; Carissa Biele of Fulton, Mo.; Mike Zumwalt of Fenton, Mo.; Beau Pickens of Surrey, England; Zach Eastman of Jefferson City, Mo.; Daniel Saults of Rolla, Mo., and Nikki Roemer of Wauconda, Ill.
The film festival is open and free to the public.