North Residential College Ed Wood Film Festival
Saturday, February 25, 2012; Sunday, February 26, 2012
University Park Campus
Ronald Tutor Campus Center
Interested in making a movie for a USC film festival? You and your friends have 24 hours to pull it off.
On February 25, the 16th annual Ed Wood Film Festival 24-hour shoot begins! The fest is a long-running tradition at USC, open to all students (freshmen through seniors).
What makes the festival unique is that the filmmaking teams are limited to a mere 24 hours in which to conceive, write, shoot and edit.
Ed Wood was a B-movie director of the 1950s and ’60s, notorious for making particularly bad horror and sci-fi flicks. What The Ed Wood Film Festival seeks to prove is that even in 24 hours, USC film students can outperform “a professional.”
Films that make the cut will be screened in the Campus Ballroom for a big audience, and have the chance to win awards! Screenings will take place on March 2.
For more information, join the Facebook Group or contact us at EdWood2012@gmail.com.
March 26. Ed Wood Art Show.