S.E. Hinton films debuting Monday at University of Tulsa Film Festival
TULSA – The University of Tulsa Department of Film Studies will premiere a group of student films during its fifth annual Spring Film Festival at 7 p.m. Monday.
This year’s films are based on short stories written by legendary Tulsa author S.E. Hinton. All of the Hinton films were shot around Tulsa with guidance from Hollywood directors Ed Ornelas (“Grey’s Anatomy” and “Private Practice”) and Tim Hunter (“Mad Men” and “Glee”) as well as TU Film Studies Professor Jeff Van Hanken. The directors visited Tulsa in fall 2012 to mentor TU film students and assist with production, according to a news release.
The festival will include additional student film screenings and trailers of upcoming movies produced by TU alumni. The Spring Film Festival recognizes students with awards for Best Film, Best Original Score and Runner-Up for Best Film and Audience Choice. TU faculty and alumni preview entries and vote for the top awards.
The festival is free and open to the public. For more information about the event, click here or email Ashley Etter firstname.lastname@example.org.
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