Lake Erie College IMDAT students compete in 48 Hour Film Horror Project

Academics,

Over the weekend of October 16-18, 2015, a team of Lake Erie College integrated media and digital art technology (IMDAT) majors led by senior Sarah Escandon took part in the 48 Hour Film Horror Project in Cleveland.

Described as a "wild and sleepless weekend,” the 48 Hour Film Project is hosted in cities across the country and invites teams to write, shoot and edit a film in just under 48 hours. On Friday night, the teams randomly draw characters, props and lines from a hat that they must include in their films, then begin the race to the Sunday night deadline.

For the Cleveland event, the teams of filmmakers were challenged to produce horror films in the spirit of the month. The resulting films will be screened at Tower City Cinemas at 230 W. Huron Road on the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 28, with the LEC Majors’ film among those in the 9:30 p.m. slot.

For more information on the 48 Hour Film Horror Project or its accompanying events, visit http://www.48hourfilm.com/cleveland-oh/horror.

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