Revolution Film Festival 2017
SEU is excited to host our annual Revolution Film Festival on Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1 in Bush Chapel.
As its name suggests, Revolution Film Festival is comprised of short films starring characters that experience a moral transformation (or in other words, a personal revolution). Student films from SEU and other universities, high schools, and even those from independent filmmakers will be featured. The world premiere of the film “It Takes a Village, The Florida Scrub Jay — No Home” in partnership with Platform Art is an important highlight of the festival.
In addition to the film premieres, the Revolution Storytelling Seminar will feature these notable speakers:
• Matthew Luhn — of Matthew Luhn Story and formerly of Pixar
• Mike Robbins — author of “Focus on the Good Stuff” and “Nothing Changes Until You Do”
• Anne Marie Gillen — of Gillen Group, Inc.
• Jordan Reddout Wilhoit — of CBS Television Studios
• Jennifer Badger — stunt coordinator and performer
The community is welcome and encouraged to attend this event … not only to support the art of filmmaking, but to gain valuable insights of their own. Revolution is all about raising the bar and encouraging greater levels of excellence. This festival celebrates stories … because we are all living one.
Location: Bush Chapel at SEU
Revolution Storytelling Seminar — 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Opening session — 7:30 p.m.
Film screenings begin — 10:00 a.m.
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Awards ceremony — 7:30 p.m.
Two-day pass: Adults $12, students $8
Opening session only: $5
Awards ceremony: Free admission