Minnesota School of Business Digital Video Students Big Screen-

Posted by on September 21, 2012

-By Dean Pedersen (Digital Video & Media Production Program Chair)

From left to right: David Crowley: “Gray State” – concept trailer; John Griese: “Ties that Bind” short fan film; Kerri Kleinschmidt: “Moving On” – short film; Mitch Heil: product promotion campaign; Sherri Dahl: “Women and Archery” – short documentary

Digital Video and Media production students from the Richfield campus of Minnesota School of Business are taking their creative work to the big screen as our first BFA graduates of our Digital Video program reach the pinnacle of their college
experience. These soon to be graduates are amazing examples of the quality
students that we are fortunate to have at our college. The presentations they will be
offering  are extraordinary digital film projects that each of the
BFA students have given extensive time and effort to create professional-grade projects.   Their projects are shining examples of what one can do with great
education, teamwork, and persistence for accomplishing a high-mark goal.

The entire staff and faculty of the Digital Video program at Minnesota School of Business are proud of our students’ accomplishments!  To make the screening event even more special, it should be noted that the creation and organization  of the event itself is actually a capstone project for the BFA students. The students are responsible for putting on this event, and we are confident that they will provide a wonderful experience for everyone in attendance.

Designed by Nicole Nelson's Interactive Media & Graphic Design Class

This exciting event will take place Wednesday September 26th at 7pm at Heights Theater located at 3951 Central Ave NE Columbia Heights, MN 55421. We encourage you to support our students and attend the screening. You will not be disappointed! Also featured at the event will be a showcase of work from other students, alumni and
faculty. The outstanding projects that some of our alumni are contributing to
the event range from television ads to short films. Their work is truly remarkable and speaks to the quality of education that they received in the Digital Video program at Minnesota School of Business.

This will be a night at the theatre that you will not soon forget and the experience will also include the opportunity to mingle with film and television industry professionals. Concessions will be available at the theatre as well, after all what theatre experience is
complete without popcorn? We are expecting a great turnout so arrive early, the
event is free and seating is limited and is on a first come basis.  Come and see our students’ work Hollywood style.  See you at the Movies!

Map/Directions to the Heights Theater:http://maps.google.com/maps?q=loc:+3951+Central+Ave+NE+Columbia+Heights+MN+55421+US+(Heights+Theater)&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7zRbUOi5Hc3DyQG74oDgDg&ved=0CCEQxAMoCA


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