Students at Georgetown College are no strangers to the world of film. Here students have the opportunity to take classes in Screenwriting, Acting for the Camera and Independent Filmmaking, which is only just the beginning. The theories from those classes are put to the test as students take on large responsibilities for Department-produced shorts and feature length films.
Our latest feature length film is right on the verge of being finished. With only a few final shots needed it has already been through post-production for a rough cut, and is hoping to be premiered in Spring 2012 if all goes accordingly. Keep up to dateÂ by followingÂ Undeserved on Facebook and Twitter! Just click the links!
Currently, the Departmentâ€™s first feature-length film, Surviving Guthrie, is in making the rounds on the festival circuit. Guthrie was awarded “Best in Festival”, “Best Feature” and “Best Actor” (Jessie Rose Pennington) at the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival.
Past short films include Doc Docâ€”a scathing look at the world of tenured academics and their egos, written and directed by Professor George McGeeâ€”and the 2005 Insomniac Film Festival entry Cinemessiah, winner of three awards: