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Monday, April 16 • 11:45am - Tuesday, April 17 • 1:00pm
The 168 Film Project: A Unique Competition for Students and Faculty

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The 168 Film Project invites participants to compete for cash and prizes by producing a narrative or documentary film, based on a theme and a Judeo-Christian scripture. Films are produced in one week's time (168 hours), offering a crash course in real-world experience for both students and faculty competitors. In this panel, 168 Film Project Founder John David Ware and 168 Board Member Brian Bird (Evening Shade, Touched by An Angel, Gametime) explain the outstanding opportunities offered to competitors in the 168 Film Project. Recent 168 filmmakers and staff members will share their stories of struggle and miracles from the "168" trenches and show some of their outstanding work. Learn all you need to get your students involved in this competitive storytelling opportunity.
Moderator:  Kara Jolliff Gould, John Brown University
Panelists: John David Ware, 168 Film Project
Brian Bird; Evening Shade, Touched by An Angel, Gametime
Paul Luebbers, 168 Filmmakers and former director, 168 Film Project
Amanda Llewellyn, 168 Filmmaker
Wes Llewellyn, 168 Filmmaker
Darren Gould, 168 Volunteer, former post-production supervisor, 168 Film Project



Monday April 16, 2012 11:45am - Tuesday April 17, 2012 1:00pm
Pavilion 11

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