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Bonita Springs Film Festival looking for FGCU involvement

The City of Bonita Springs is holding its second annual Bonita Springs Film Festival. Last year, FGCU was represented with four short films, so naturally, the festival is hoping to receive even more Eagle entries this year.

This year’s focus is on Bonita’s Imperial River. Entrants are asked to submit a short film between five and 15 minutes in length. There is no entry fee, and there is a $2000 award for the best film. Entries for the festival are due by Oct. 4, and a red carpet gala will take place at the Prado Stadium 12 Theatre in Bonita Springs on Nov. 5 for the award ceremony.
For more information on how you can participate, visit www.bonitaspringsfilmfestival.org.

 

 

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Luke Janke

Luke Janke is a super senior studying journalism at FGCU. When he’s not listening to podcasts, he’s busy producing his own podcast, Full Pulp. Concerts and music are at the forefront of his horizon, and when there’s an ounce of free time you’ll find him in his home studio laying down tracks for his music project, Bull Moose Party. As a self-proclaimed nihilist, his affinity for death is emphasized by the authentic squirrel skull found on his desk in the newsroom.

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