Date(s) & Time(s)::
August 9, 2013 at 8:15 PM
Location: Cinema Center
After more than two years of work, Cerulean is set to premiere at the Fort Wayne Cinema Center on Friday, August 9 at 8:15 p.m. Department of Visual Communication and Design Visiting
Instructor Allen Etter and his students have lived with Cerulean as their constant companion throughout the lengthy directing, filming and editing process and they are excited for the region to see the results of their hard work and diligence.
Cerulean, a student driven independent film about a group of people stranded on an increasingly hostile world, is set far off in the future.
When a power struggle erupts between the five, violence and death soon follow. Unbeknownst to them, a sixth individual is on the planet, keeping close watch on their actions.
The students filmed on location on the IPFW campus, Franke Park in
Fort Wayne, Bluffton, Indiana and Ireland. They also were responsible
or acting, camera work, computer graphic effects, stunt coordination,
color balancing, soundtrack and second unit directing. IPFW students
and alumni who performed in the project were Maggie Dye, Josh Adams, Luke Hathaway, James Baker, Debbie Ngo and Allegra White. A com-plete list of the crew is in their web site. They will be entering the film in a number of national film festivals including the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival, featuring films, screenplays and music videos.
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