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Press Release For Immediate Release: April 19, 2007 Contact: Mitchell Dwelley, 760-994-6038 Penn State Behrend to Host sixth Annual Penn State Behrend Video Festival Erie, PA—Penn State Behrend will be hosting “The Sixth Annual Penn State Behrend Video Festival.” There will be nine student films, and one film by a faculty member, Mark Steensland. Richard Osbourne, one of the students showing his film in the festival, urges people to come out and support the festival. He notes that each film brings a different style of movie making to the festival. “Many students aren’t aware of the different activities, this campus offers. This film festival is one of those activities. With films ranging from snowboarding to becoming a double agent, there is a topic that will make everyone happy.” The festival has been successful in the past with this being the sixth year it has been held. The event was designed to acknowledge amateur film makers and provide them with feed back on all of their hard work. The films were required to be at least six minutes in length
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Unformatted text preview: and it must be student made. Films were not only from students at Behrend, but Edinboro as well. This is the first year; I have been in this festival. My movie is called snowboarding; it is a sample of a full length snowboarding video showcasing young talent from western New York to Pittsburgh. This is such a great experience for me, it provides me with the chance to gain feedback on my film and show my film to a bigger audience than just my friends. When the full length video is complete, I would like to use it as a sample of my work, for my application for film school. Stated Osborne The festival will be judged by different faculty members and select students. Also at the festival there will be a ballot handed out to the audience, to help determine the crowd favorite. For More information contact Mitchell Dwelley via email at mtd5053@psu.edu or Richard Osbourne at 814-882-5477 or at the email address of rso4329@psu.edu . ###...
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