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BYU filmmakers show their best at Final Cut Nov. 2-6

The Department of Theatre and Media Arts and the BYU Student Film Association will present Final Cut, the annual BYU Student Film Festival, Tuesday through Saturday, Nov.2-6, in the Varsity Theatre.

Films will be featured every night at 6 and 8 p.m. with Friday and Saturday night showing the "Best of Final Cut."

Tickets are $4 and $5 at the door. Tickets for the "Best of Final Cut" are $5 and $6 at the door.

The festival is designed to give the BYU community a chance to view the work of BYU media arts students. A wide variety of films are shown during the festival such as animations, commercials, documentaries and narratives.

In the past Final Cut has produced several award-winning short films, including 2002 Slamdance Festival winner "The Snell Show," 2004 student Emmy winner "Lemmings" and "Peluca" the predecessor of box office hit "Napoleon Dynamite."

For more information visit finalcut.byusfa.org.

Writer: Rebekah Hanson

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