The Fault Line Film Festival will hold a screening of past student-produced film entries Sunday Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. in Forrest H. Rose Theatre at Southeast Missouri State University.
The free screening is open to the public. Popcorn and door prizes will be available. Face coverings will be required.
The screening will feature a variety of films from the Festival’s past eleven years. Selected films will showcase filmmaking students from Southeast, area high schools and other institutions from across the Midwest.
The screening is an opportunity to see the creative talent of Southeast and area filmmakers through the years, and for new filmmakers and actors to interact and make connections for the 2022 Festival, said Fred Jones, professor of mass media at Southeast.
“The Festival has promoted the work of student filmmakers for more than a decade, and this screening will highlight some of their amazing, diverse work,” he said. “The Festival also provides a collaborative opportunity for filmmakers, actors, crew and the entire campus and local community.”
The screening is sponsored by the Department of Mass Media and The Jeanine Larson Dobbins Conservatory of Theatre and Dance.
For more information about the Fault Line Film Festival, visit semo.edu/faultline.