Beauty Queen - Michigan Creative Film Alliance (Summer 2011 - Spring 2012)

beautyqueenDate: Summer 2011 - Spring 2012

Funding:
Students of the Michigan Creative Film Alliance (MSU, U of M, and Wayne State)

Michigan State University - Bob Albers, Troy Hale, Gary Reid, Valeta Wensloff

University of Michigan - Jim Burnstein, Robert Rayher

Wayne State University - Juanita Anderson

Beauty Queen is the result of a collaboration between three universities' top film and video students.

BEAUTY QUEEN is the story of a teenage girl who wishes to enter a beauty pageant...but develops alopecia, a condition that causes her hair to fall out. She befriends a wig shop owner and seeks the inner strength to go forward with the pageant.

The Michigan Creative Film Alliance is an exciting, joint venture between three top research universities: Michigan State University, University of Michigan, and Wayne State University. These universities proposed a historic, innovative, collaborative alliance to drive talent and resources toward the creation and sustainment of an indigenous film community across the state. This collaboration begins with a one-semester class for select students of the three universities. These students have the opportunity to create a short film, utilizing their own talents and skills while being mentored by top instructors in the field.

Project URL: http://mi-cfa.com

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