Palm Beach State College theater students have released the film “2020: Seeing the World Clearly” to portray what the year meant to them.
The film, which runs an hour and 15 minutes, is a collection of monologues written and performed by students who collaborated on the piece with the PBSC film department and the Theatre Lab , the professional resident company of Florida Atlantic University. It was directed by PBSC professor David Hyland and co-directed by adjunct instructor E. … Continue reading PBSC theater students create film about 2020
Editor’s Note: “The Big Frozen Gumshoe” has been selected for Lake Worth Beach’s 2020 L-DUB Film Festival and will be shown at noon on Oct. 11 at the the Lake Worth Playhouse’s Stonzek Studio. The film is also now available on Amazon Video.
When the curtain goes up at the 2019 Fort Myers Beach Film Festival April 24-28, Palm Beach State College alumni Kat and Josh Brady and Shelby Halberg will be in the audience. … Continue reading Alumni’s feature film leads to festivals and careers
Palm Beach State College plays a starring role in Ann Deborah Fishman’s film “Swiped”—on screen and off.
The attorney-turned-filmmaker was enrolled in PBSC’s Motion Picture Post-Production Technology college credit certificate program in 2015 when she got the idea for a comedy about the hook-up culture on a fictional college campus and wrote the script while taking the program’s screenwriting course. A longtime Florida resident, she filmed the movie all around Palm Beach County during summer 2016, … Continue reading PBSC film certificate helps attorney redirect career