By: Christy Ulmet
Trevecca is kicking off its annual 72-Hour Film Festival with Film Week, a full week of activities leading up to the festival this year.
“White Like Me,” a documentary about racism will screen tonight, a communication professor will offer a film-making boot camp tomorrow night and short films produced by Trevecca students will screen Friday night.
“I really would like to develop this full-fledged and make it a yearly thing. We’d have a week with films, discussions, boot camp, and contests and hopefully more and more students will get involved,” said Jamey Durham, associate professor of communication.