UWF Film Club to host film festival
By Hannah Gainer
The University of West Florida’s Film Club will hold their Fluorescent Film Fest at 7 p.m. on Friday in Building 36, room 191.
Admission to the film festival is free; however, to submit a movie there is a cover charge of $5. This event is open to the public and anyone can submit a short film, but there are guidelines on the films submitted for safety and copyright reasons.
Several members from the Emerald Coast Film Group have already submitted their own short films.
“Coming to this event will open you up to a community of people who love film and work in the film industry,” Film Club President Andres De Leon-Mundo said. “The event will be to showcase the hard work of those who submitted and to make connections.”
The UWF Film Club has their film festivals during the fall and spring semesters. The fall semester is the Frosttrot Film Festival, and Florescent Film Festival is in the spring.
“I hope people come out to see all the hard work and progress we’ve made in our club,” De Leon-Mundo said. “I’m glad that our members have come so far and produced such quality work in the short time we’ve been around.”
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