On Saturday, July 21 the A&M Consolidated High School’s Audio Video Production alumni will present a free film festival at the Palace Theater (105 S. Main St., Bryan). The event, dubbed the Downtown Bryan Film Festival, will feature short films by alumni of A&M Consolidated High School’s Audio Video Production program. Gates at the Palace will open at 6:30 p.m. and the first film will begin at 7:00 p.m. Filmmakers will be on hand after their productions to answer questions from audience members. The event organizers, Kent Juliff and Madeline Packard recently won first place in the video production development category at the recent SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference in Kansas City.
Juliff and Packard organized the Festival to give local filmmakers an outlet for their creations, and to promote the art of filmmaking in the local community. For more information, visit the event website at www.dtbff.com and to view a video promo of the event click here: http://youtu.be/_YIoX4kX0fw.
Note: Some films are rated PG-13. The organizers of this event recommend it for teens.
Kent Juliff or Madeline Packard
Downtown Bryan Film Festival Organizers