Storing Treasures, an original short film featuring faculty and student collaboration has been accepted for screening into two American film festivals in Faculty-Student Collaboration categories. The film, written by Chuck Gloman, chair of the TV/Film Department and directed by Anne Lewis, Associate Professor of Theatre is a story about a billionaire, played by Associate Professor Steven Dennis, who, about to lose his life, seeks redemption before he is taken by the Angel of Death. Freshmen theatre major Emma Santschi is featured in the film along with Steven Dennis. Other theatre and TV/film students and alumni who were feature in or worked on the film include Kayleigh Downey, Andrew Goebel, Amanda Miller, Julianne Schaub, Dave Scheffler, Carolyn Arends and Brian Kissig.
Storing Treasures has been accepted into the Churches Making Movies Christina Film Festival (Iselin, N.J.) and the Highway 61 Film Festival (Pine City, Minn.) and will be screened at both festivals in early October.
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