It’s Been Awhile

Just an update of the busy semester that has been:

The campus theatre department just wrapped on their production of “Bus Stop.”  It was a fun time with some notable acting talent.  Hats off to Dr. Eric Trumball for his creative direction.

PHT 130 students finished principal photography on their class music video project.  We enter post production now and everyone is anxious to see the final outcome.  Also, these same students are working on their final video projects and their class documentary.  They are keeping busy but, hopefully, getting a great experience in the process.

Kelly Cochran, English faculty, is leading her dramatic writing students through the steps needed to write a script.  One lucky student will have his or her work created into a short movie in the spring by the students in the PHT 131 (Video II) class.  We are excited about this collaborative process.  I will just have to contain my enthusiasm until the semester starts.

The Filmmaking Club has been working on their own projects, both as individuals and an entire group.  They finished auditions this past week for the main roles of their group project.  I won’t reveal any plot details until the production is completed.  Just keep checking back to find out the status on this project.

And what about Professor Bryan Brown, you may ask?  He has been involved in just about everything to do with film on this campus. In fact, he has planned a big event for November 30th, but you will have to read the other blog post to find out what he has cooking…

On Golden Pond Festival

Become an actor and/or model!!!

On Wednesday, April 25th, the Tutors Club of the Woodbridge campus is sponsoring an event on the first floor atrium from 1:00 to 3:00 for all of those students interested in taking their first step into a career in acting or modeling.

There will be representatives from both Tru DIVA Productions and Hollywood Outlaws Productions looking to increase their presence in our community and build their database of available actors and models, including casting for a current feature-length independent film.  Have your picture taken for their future projects and discuss your own future with the company representatives.

Are you looking to be behind the scenes, well, they are also looking for interns for their current movie, Famika Vs. the Tea Party.

This opportunity could be a once in a lifetime chance at becoming a celebrity.