Lee University will hold its 10th annual LeeU Film Festival on Friday at 7 p.m. in Pangle Hall.
The annual film festival screens short films by Lee students. Winners of the festival have gone on to have their short films accepted to festivals across the country.
The judging panel includes Lee faculty and staff Mary Dukes, Matthew Fisher, Drs. Joel Kailing and Matthew Melton, Beecher Reuning, Dr. Jeff Salyer, Stephanie Valadez, and Lee Waller.
Two awards will be given out, the Faculty Choice Award and the Audience Favorite Award.
“The films shown are carefully selected to showcase the skills and values we as a school want to represent,” said Mr. Reuning. “The film festival is the time for Lee to put forward our very best student work to the public.”
Macy Brown and Jake Cash, students from Lee’s Improv Team Shenanigans, will serves as hosts for the night.
A reception will be held in the School of Business lobby after the screening and award ceremony.
This event is free and open to the public. Semi-formal attire is requested.
For more information, contact Lee’s Department of Communication Arts at 614-8341.