Ringling College Film Students Create and Launch The Quarantine Films

Arts & Culture

SRQ DAILY FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY OCT 16, 2020

In the remaining weeks of the Spring 2020 semester, the Film department reinvented their projects in order to provide students with a positive learning outcome. For the sophomore class, Film department head, Brad Battersby and faculty, CJ Julian took a unique approach; the students were each assigned a specific stay-at-home project: to comprise a series of short films entitled, The Quarantine Films. “The Film department at Ringling College is all about empowering the students to make films,” says Battersby. “Within the four years a student may spend at Ringling, they will be involved in up to 26 different film projects. When the virus hit, we had to keep our students safe. We sent them home and assigned the students an alternative solution, a way to continue practicing their craft, without compromise.” 

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