Voice News Working in Conjunction with Media Arts for Film Festival Coverage

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Filmmakers, Actors Tell Stories Behind Their Work

By Bronson Peshlakai

Breaking another milestone in media coverage, The Voice News is working in conjunction with the Tri-C Media Arts Studies Department to bring coverage of who’s who at the 37th Annual Cleveland International Film Festival taking place at Tower City now until April 14.

In cooperation with CIFF, the college leased a vacant store in Tower City to make a television studio complete with lights, camera and a backdrop.

Throughout the week, student journalists and media arts production students are finding movie directors, producers, actors and whomever else is working behind the scenes at CIFF to tell their story on camera.

Those stories can be found at the Media Studies blog at CCCMARS.WORDPRESS.COM, as well as here, at The Voice Online.

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