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Making Movies On a Deadline

Have you always wanted to get involved in movie production, but haven’t felt like investing millions of dollars and years of your life? Well the Student Film Organization’s 4 Day Film Festival just might be your thing.

On January 20 at 6:30 p.m. the festival will kick off in Carnegie Cinema. Groups of 2 or more will be given the guidelines for the films and will then have the next four days to complete production.

All the films will be shown on Sunday in Carnegie, and the film that most successfully follows the guidelines will get 4 free tickets to the State Theater.

While four days doesn’t seem like a lot of time to make a film, you’d be surprised what the added pressure can do for your creative process.

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Nick Johnson

Nick is a junior majoring in IST (the Internet) and CAS (saying things). He hopes to one day get paid to do this, but for now he is willing to do it for the fame. Besides writing for Onward State, he also puts things on the Internet here.

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