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Monday, April 7 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
The 168 Film Project: A Unique Opportunity for Faculty and Students

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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 student and faculty competitors. In this panel, Professor Kara Jolliff Gould and 168 Board Member Brian Bird (Evening Shade, Touched by An Angel, When Calls the Heart) explain the outstanding opportunities offered to competitors in the 168 Film Project, and recent 168 filmmakers share their stories of struggles 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, and to become involved yourself! Last year's sponsor EchoLight Studios committed a feature budget of up to $1,000,000 to the festival grand prize winner. 
Moderator: Kara Jolliff Gould, John Brown University
Panelists: Kara Jolliff Gould, John Brown University
Brian Bird, 168 Film Project/Believe Pictures
David Kiang, 168 Filmmaker
Wes Llewellyn, 168 Filmmaker
Amanda Llewellyn, 168 Filmmaker

Monday April 7, 2014 11:30am - 12:45pm
Pavilion 2

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