Written and Media by: Thomas Hajny
It’s that time of year again…for the 50 Hour Film Festival! If you didn’t go to the showing last Wednesday, you really missed out. Every year, students break into small groups and create a 3-5 minute short film using certain motifs, which are given at the start of the 50 hours. This year’s motifs were: A broken shoelace, a coffee shop, and the phrase “Never tell me the odds.” You can check out all the videos here, but let’s hear from some of the people who went to the showing about what they thought.
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