Jenna LevesqueJOUR 2601, March 12, 20082ndPost AssignmentHave you always dreamt about being a big freakin’ deal, but just didn’t know how to go about it? Well you’re in luck! Several CU students are putting together this year’s first “Big Freakin’ Deal Film Festival”, featuring a number of short films submitted by various CU students. After sorting through hundreds of entries, a panel of judges has narrowed the competition down to a select few in eight categories including “Best Documentary”, “Best Experimental Film”, and “Best Bad Movie”. The festival will take place at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 16thin Old Main Chapel Theater. Following an extravagant red carpet entrance, the event will last approximately two hours and is promised to be “sheer entertainment” by the director and junior film major, Tony Castle. “Students are anxious to see if their film made the cut or not, but they won’t find out until the event,” Castle explained.
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