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Coming Soon: Student producers sharing digital film trailers at URAC

Justin Wilson is producing "Tiny Living," a documentary about WC's Tiny House Project.Brad Kolesar is now in production for his project, "Hitting the Redline."Troy Jackson goes ghost hunting with his documentary, "Ghost WItch."Emiley Westfall is producing "Tutus, Pink Shoes, & Baby Blues."Charlie Borges is creating "A CHANCE TO PLAY."
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.– You’re invited to a special SNEAK PEAK to some movie projects now in production at Westminster College.  Five students in the multi-semester documentary course premiere the trailers for their projects during URAC 2017.
These are capstone students teasing you with their original trailers– and they’ll be asking for your feedback during a special screening on Wednesday, April 26 at 1:30 p.m. in Mueller Theater!
These students produced video concept statements for their projects earlier this semester.  They’ll debut the trailers for their upcoming films at URAC.

Emiley Westfall discusses her project now in production, “Tutus, Pink Shoes & Baby Blues. One family’s journey into international adoption.”

Justin Wilson teases his project “Tiny Living.” He will document the first experiment inside Westminster’s Tiny House Project.

Charlie Borges is producing “A Chance to Play.” An up-close narrative profiling one of the amazing teams participating in the Southwestern Pennsylvania Miracle League.

Brad Kolesar discusses the production of “Hitting the Redline.” This project takes you inside Pittsburgh’s Vintage Grand Prix.

Troy Jackson will preview his project “Ghost Witch.” Jackson mixes ghost hunting and myth busting as he takes on Lawrence County’s ghost of Mary Black.

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