RDC showcases student productions at Film Works 2017

By RDC
May 31, 2017 - 11:14am

Red Deer College invites central Albertans to celebrate the best films of the year at Film Works 2017. This annual event features films created by RDC’s latest student actors, directors, cinematographers and all-around filmmakers.

This year’s showcase will include ten films, with an approximate running time of 90 minutes.

Film Works 2017
June 2 & 3
Welikoklad Event Centre (see map)
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. | Showtime 7:00 p.m.
Admission by donation

*Please note this event has mature content and language*

Audiences can expect to see a wide variety of films, including “The Guardians”, a short documentary focused on the K'ómoks Guardian Watchmen of Vancouver Island, and the legend of Queneesh, a great whale of West Coast folklore, who saved the K'ómoks First Nation from an ancient flood long ago.

Film Works 2017 will showcase the following student films:

Close Call - directed by Rina Pelletier

Starbelshe Experience - produced by Michael Kingley

The Call - produced by Brock Beal

Touch - produced and directed by David Daniel Kohl

You Shouldn't Have - directed by Rina Pelletier

The Guardians - produced by Brock Beal

You & Me - produced, written and directed by Hannah Sanson

Love Loss - produced by Warren Stephens

Missing Piece - produced, written and directed by Robyn Jeffrey

"Beer and a Band" rocks Red Deer

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