Here are all the films showing at this year's LeeU Film Festival
Lee University began its Annual Film Festival back in 2009 to give its own up-and-coming filmmakers an opportunity for exposure and sharing of their work. This year, Lee is hosting its 9th film festival this Friday evening, showcasing a great variety of eight films from its students.
Angela R. Williams’ “Dream Girl”
“I once was reality girl…” A young woman comes face-to-face with her “dream girl” who gives her a choice that will determine both her reality and her dream.
Joel Colón’s “Brad Is a Detriment to Society”
A college student who has a crush on one of the hottest guys at school and is determined to date him, even though her friend strongly advises against it.
Lake Sliger’s “Two Worlds”
When an aspiring playwright takes the advice of a theatre owner to dive into the fantasy world of his imagination, he finds himself dedicating less time to his social life while pursuing literary significance
Timothy Smith’s “Pocket Crocodile”
A lonely young man experiences the beauty and pain of friendship when he discovers a soulmate in a most unlikely place.
Tiffany Simms’ “Island Time”
A young man wishes for more than the mundane office job that he currently has. He often ends up off in a daydream much to his boss' dismay. Will he choose to live or merely survive?
Emma Moore’s “Cacti & Other Succulents”
A young boy cares for his grandmother’s plant in the wake of her death.
Mitchell Hartley’s “Pizza King”
A young man, who falls in love too easily, seeks out a girl after briefly seeing her. He goes to crazy lengths to find out who she is and get to know her. Things don’t go as planned.
Joel Colón and Skye Stewart’s “Cast Me”
An aspiring actress who gets stuck as a grip on a student film, and will stop at nothing to get the lead role.
Lee University’s 9th Annual Film Festival will be held this Friday, February 23, at 7 PM in Pangle Hall. Semi-formal dress is encouraged and a reception is set to follow.