Join Red Carpet Guests, Collins College and IFP/PHX at the 2nd Annual F.U.S.E Film Festival

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Students and working professionals have the opportunity to create films that will be screened by red carpet guests and showcased in a brand new, 150-seat film facility.

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Collins College, along with the Film and Video Production Training Program, will be co-sponsoring the second annual Film Uniting Students and Experts (F.U.S.E.) Film Festival in October with the IFP/PHX Independent Feature Project.

The F.U.S.E. Film Festival is open to students and professionals who would like to enter a short 4 to 10 minute film or a 10 to 60 second special effects clip. Entries can be in VHS or DVD format and should fall into one of the following categories: comedy, romance, horror, animation and documentary.

The film and video event will be held at the 14th Street Studio, a 150-seat film and video facility, during its grand opening on Oct. 20, 2007. The festival is open to the public and those attending will have a no-charge admission. The selected films will be shown at 11:00 AM and will run the entire day, with the winners being announced at 3:00 PM. Other film and video events that will be taking place are presentations by well-known Hollywood film makers, the SCI-FI and Horror Film Fest Street Team, a film industry mixer and much more.    

About the Film & Video Production Training Program
The Film & Video Production training program at Collins College is designed to prepare students for a career in the exciting world of film and video. With faculty comprising of industry professionals, students receive hands-on training that allows them to fully experience the tasks required by the business. By sponsoring events such as the F.U.S.E Film Festival, Collins College is helping to open up external opportunities to Film & Video Production training program students.

About Collins College
Collins College, a school of design and technology, provides students with a career-focused education. Approximately 2,000 students from across the nation attend Collins College. Collins offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in game design, visual arts with a major in game art, graphic design, visual communication, interior design, film & video production, and a Bachelor of Science in network technology. Associate degrees are offered in personal computer/network technology, digital video production and visual communication. For more information, visit


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