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March 24, 2014

Lycoming College Digital Media program to present Student Film and Video Annual

— WILLIAMSPORT — The Lycoming College Department of Communication’s Digital Media program will present the seventh Student Film and Video Annual on April 3, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Community Arts Center, 229 W. Fourth St. The event is free and open to the public.

The program will feature four different categories of films and videos, including narrative, documentary, experimental and animation. All films have a running time of less than ten minutes and have been completed in the last two years. This year’s contest also was open to other undergraduate programs in Pennsylvania and submissions were received by students at Temple University.

Each festival is juried by Lycoming faculty and this year’s jurors are Lynn Estomin, professor of art; Jim Dougherty, adjunct instructor of communication; Seth Goodman, assistant professor of art; Leah Peterson, chair and assistant professor of communication; and Michael Darough, visiting assistant professor of art.

The grand jury prize award will go to the best overall film and the winner will receive a custom statue made by Academy Award-winner Tom Woodruff Jr. Woodruff, a Williamsport native, is a special effects artist and actor who has worked on films such as “Terminator” and “Aliens.”


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