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Computer arts students at Thomas Nelson Community College may be using the same digital software that created blockbuster movies like Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow and Shrek, but the results are on a more intimate scale. Whether it’s animating Barbie and Ken in a story about love gone wrong or a cartoon animation lampooning political figures, these students are using high-end technology to create pieces that synthesize their technical knowledge with a personal creative aesthetic.
Over 40 young artists will be presenting their final visions at the annual Student Digital Film Festival at Thomas Nelson Community College on Wednesday, November 15. The festival will be held at 7 p.m. in the Mary T. Christian Auditorium in Templin Hall on the College’s Hampton campus. The festival is free and open to the public.