SFA filmmaking program to premiere ‘CUT!’

A scene from the newest summer feature film "CUT!" featuring Brad Maule as the lead character.

SFA will premiere its most recent summer season function movie “CUT!” at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, in Turner Auditorium on the SFA campus. The movie stars filmmaking Professor Brad Maule, also the film’s author and director, as the guide character, together with the abilities of Triston Dodson, Carter Colvin, Riley Eco-friendly and Bill Modest. A Q&A session will follow the premiere.

NACOGDOCHES, Texas – The Stephen F. Austin State University College of Art and SFA’s filmmaking software will premiere its summer season film challenge, “CUT!,” at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, in Turner Auditorium on the SFA campus.
Prepared and directed by filmmaking Professor Brad Maule, with specific visitor director Derek Wayne Johnson, “CUT!” is about a having difficulties film faculty in East Texas that hires a Hollywood filmmaker, Skippy Digler III, to direct a student element film, “Massacre in the Pines.” The college students get far more than they bargained for when they recognize Skippy is not all he’s cracked up to be.
Longtime filmmaking Professor William Arscott served as producer with Johnson as co-producer and film editor. The comedy-drama stars Maule as Digler, together with Triston Dodson, Carter Colvin, Riley Inexperienced and Invoice Little. Music is by Greg Sims, and director of photography is Tim Johnson.
Derek Wayne Johnson, an SFA filmmaking alumnus, is identified for his documentaries “John G. Avildsen: King of the Underdogs,” highlighting the lifestyle and vocation of the Oscar-winning director of “Rocky” and “The Karate Kid,” “40 A long time of Rocky: The Delivery of a Common,” narrated by Sylvester Stallone, and “STALLONE: Frank, That Is,” detailing the highs and lows of Sylvester’s not-so-famous brother, Frank Stallone. Johnson a short while ago joined the filmmaking college at SFA.
“Every summer, SFA movie students make a total-size function movie,” explains Johnson. “This has been a longstanding tradition and separates the SFA filmmaking department from quite a few other movie schools throughout the globe. Although the pupils receive higher education credit history for their endeavours, the methods, protocols and outcomes are almost nothing a lot less than experienced. I’m honored to sign up for SFA as the new assistant professor of filmmaking and hope to bring my skilled Hollywood encounter to the program to teach and inspire the future era of filmmakers.”
Admission to the premiere of “CUT!” is totally free. A query-and-answer session with the cast and crew will observe. For extra information and facts, speak to the School of Artwork at (936) 468-4804.