For the first time in two years, ACC’s Radio-Television-Film (RTF) Department will showcase its students’ work in person at the ‘Establishing Shots’ show from 2 to 4 p.m., Wednesday, May 11, at ACC Highland.
RTF students will present the films they created during the spring semester. The projects, completed by upper-level production students, also will include innovation-focused classes, which could showcase an interactive film or two.
Establishing Shots also will continue to stream projects online through Bitpix, the streaming platform of the HollyShorts Film Festival in Los Angeles. Bitpix will share an online version of the showcase with its curated audience of cinephiles, filmmakers, and industry insiders around the globe.
The event is free and open to the public.
ACC’s RTF Department develops agile digital storytellers and technicians through dynamic educational training degree/certificate programs like Film & Emerging Media Production, Creative Podcasting, and Streaming TV Production. The program is now housed at ACC Highland, Building 2000, and features a state-of-the-art Creative Digital Media Center, film production studio and sound stage, Multicam broadcast studio with three cameras, and control room.
Future students can apply now to start taking classes in fall. To learn more, visit austincc.edu/rtf.