Last week, we featured a guest post by English student Sarah Chaney in which she described her experiences in Advanced Screenwriting (ENG 410) as well as her involvement with this past spring’s Cinema Entertainment Immersion showcase. This week, Rusty Fox offers his account of his experience with CEI, which transformed his original screenplay into a short feature film. Continue reading below to find out more about Rusty’s experience and be sure to visit the link provided to see all five short films featured in the 2012 CEI showcase including Rusty’s film entitled, Crossroads: http://www.youtube.com/user/tcom334?feature=results_main
Films based upon the original screenplays of English students Sarah Chaney and Rusty Fox were recently featured in this past spring’s Cinema Entertainment Immersion (CEI) showcase, which features short films written, starring, produced, and directed by Ball State students spanning several departments. To read more about CEI, be sure to see English professor Dr. Matt Mullins’s post, here, about his involvement with the project as producer and judge. Continue below to read about Sarah’s experience in Advanced Screenwriting (ENG 410) and how her original script was accepted to be made into a film featured in the CEI showcase. Additionally, be sure to check back next week to read about Rusty Fox and his experience with CEI.
To see each of the five films featured in the 2012 CEI showcase including Sarah’s film entitled, Obsessions, follow the link provided: http://www.youtube.com/user/tcom334?feature=results_main
Each Spring, Ball State hosts the Cinema Entertainment Immersion showcase, which features short films written, starring, produced and directed by Ball State students. Below, English professor Dr. Matt Mullins provides a brief explanation of this exciting event as well as his involvement with it.
This year, CEI will present short films on Monday., April 27th at 7 PM in Pruis Hall. Be sure to check out this exciting event.