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BPC students create short film during 24-hour Film Festival

BPC students J. Micheal Bibb, left, and Matthew Pittman, right

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College students J. Michael Bibb, junior (left), and Matthew Pittman, freshman (shown above) shoot a scene for the short film they created Friday, Sept. 15. Each month, the BPC Film Society hosts a “24-hour Film Festival”, where all students are invited to participate in the making of a short film. Groups of students gather to brainstorm, script, shoot, edit, and finally view the film – all within 24 hours. “It’s a fun and interesting way to open up the campus to the medium of film and allow students an outlet to express themselves,” says Bibb, BPC Film Society president. Participants in September’s 24-hour Film Festival were Bibb (President), Doug Pittman (Vice President), John Deborde (Secretary/Treasurer), Bryce Brown, Carey Wilson, Matthew Pittman, Jessica Ryals and Paul Lanning. The next 24-hour Film Festival is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 13, beginning at 7 p.m.  There will be a viewing in December of all films created during the fall semester. The community and BPC campus are encouraged to attend. Contact faculty advisor Mark Stokes at 583-3102 for more information. (Story/photo by Hayley Boisseau/BPC News & Public Information staff writer)



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Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM