Filmmaking, from Script to Screen, comes to the Bluegrass
Date: Friday November 17, 2006
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Place: Manufacturing Bdlg, Room 122, BCTC Leestown Campus, 164 Opportunity Way, Lexington
LEXINGTON, KY (November 10, 2006) BCTC President Jim Kerley and Arthur Rouse, co-founder
of the Kentucky Film Lab will announce details of a new filmmaking program titled
Script to Screen. The new and innovative program will be introduced to members of
the arts community at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, November 17, 2006 at the BCTC Leestown
Campus. Silas House, award winning Kentucky author of Clays Quilt, A Parchment of
Leaves, and The Coal Tattoo will be on hand in support of the program. Mr. House
will also serve on the advisory board for the program.
Script to Screen Certificate Program is a project-based education program that allows students to learn through intensive hands on projects. Students will study with industry professionals from across the country like Hollywood producer/ director Michael Dougan, New York composer Kinny Landrum, and Hollywood screenwriter Brad Riddell.
Classes for the new Script to Screen program will begin January 8, 2007 at the BCTC Regency Campus.