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Lights! Camera! Action!
Move over UCLA, USC and NYU.
LYNCHBURG, Va. (Associated Press) — Liberty University plans to offer a four-year film school program beginning in the next academic year.
Liberty officials announced the new program Monday in a news release.
The Center for Cinematic Arts will teach filmmaking skills, business and marketing, and other aspects of the industry such as costume design and makeup. The program will begin with 20 to 40 students.
Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. says the decision to create the new program was prompted by interest shown by current School of Communication students.
This has the old brain blazing with possibilities as to cinematic classics that will be emerging from Lynchburg, Va., the Hollywood of the east. Imagine the possibilities for some of the films those LU grads will produce.
That’s your challenge today, folks: Give titles to those future award-winning flicks. Feel free to include the stars who will appear in the movies, and and a brief synopsis of the film, too. Be creative, and above all, funny.
The winner will get his or her choice of a prize from Dan’s Bookshelf.