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MCC Film Production students Sunheng Tain of Lowell, Danylo Kowal of Winchester and Brennan Barrows of Lowell  screened their short film, "Replaced," at the Independent Film Festival Boston's 2017 Student Shorts Showcase. They made the film for a class assignment, and it was shown along with student shorts from Emerson College, Boston University, Tufts University, Bentley University, Endicott College, Fitchburg State University, and MassArt. After the screening, the three participated in an Q&A session for the audience.
Danylo, Brennan and Sunheng Tain are all sophomore students at Middlesex Community College. All three have diverse backgrounds and different career goals, but all come together because of their passion for media production. Danylo Kowal is a communications major focusing on film and television production. Brennan Barrows majors in business marketing, working towards his goal of becoming a creative director. Sunheng Tain, an aspiring actor majoring in liberal studies, would also like to pursue a career in the film and television industry. Danylo, Brennan and Sunheng brought their varying experiences together to produce the short film “Replaced”.

Wanna know more about Replaced?  Here you go:
On a quiet morning, a determined intruder kidnaps an unsuspecting young man from his home. The kidnapper gets rid of his rival with haste and for a purpose-to replace him.
Check out the film here: 

Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFBoston) was started in 2003 to provide Boston with the type of film event it had been looking for: one that discovers emerging talent and celebrates the leading edge of cinematic story tellers. A showcase for the best films from around the world—a festival that would bring directors, actors, producers, sponsors, and attendees together in an interactive environment. There were other film festivals in Boston, but there wasn’t a mainstream independent film festival inclusive of everything that made up the film-festival experience.
Since then, the Festival has remained committed to two fundamental goals: to find the best local, national, and global films to share with its community; and to showcase the city to visiting artists, introducing them to savvy audiences and ideal locations for future films.
IFFBoston is a volunteer-run event, and a 501(c)3 organization. The success of IFFBoston can be attributed to the hard-working, passionate, and completely volunteer staff that puts in time year-round. It’s also thanks to the 200+ volunteers who join the effort festival week, sponsors, venues, and the community. Most of all, the organization's success is largely due to an audience that had long wanted and waited for just this kind of festival and continues to support it.
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Posted: Monday, May 08, 2017 10:10 AM by MCC Blog Admin


Sheri Denk said:

Congratulations  for completing this project.  A wonderful way to wrap up the  semester .

# May 9, 2017 8:02 AM

Annette Cleary said:

Great job!
# May 9, 2017 8:56 AM

Josselyn Porter said:

This is AWESOME!!!!!!
# May 9, 2017 10:07 AM
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