WSU’s BIG LENS: May 1st

The seniors from the award winning Motion Picture program at Wright State University are showcasing their thesis work at the annual Big Lens Film Festival. The film festival is returning on May 1st, 2016 at the Neon in downtown Dayton. There will be work from Joe Cook, Alan Lewin, Mitch Centers, Sydney Waltz, Brian Roll, C. B. Hovey, Jessica Barton, Michaela Scholl, and Eric Risher.
SSome of the films you can expect to see:

THE TOOTH MAN COMETHAn aging salesman believes that stealing a baby tooth will make him become visible to others.

Director/Writer: Mitch Centers
Produced by: Jessica Barton and Liz Lowe
Director of Photography: Joe Cook

“In a Warm Dark Place” is psychological thriller about a mother and her relationship with her newborn son.
Written/Directed by: Sydney Waltz
Produced by: Sydney Waltz & Randy Miller
Cinematographer: Eryn Montgomery

Two young brothers turn their game of war into a mission to find out what has happened to their father.
Written by: Joe Cook
Directed by: Alan Lewin
Produced by: Michaela Scholl
Cinematographer: Joe Cook

The past participants in Big Lens Film Festival have won awards at festivals such as Slamdance, Student Academy Award, and Sundance. Tickets are $7 at the door and can be purchased at the Neon starting April 5th.  After Big Lens please celebrate with us at our after party at the Dublin Pub from 9:45-12am. Appetizers will be provided and a cash bar will be available.If you would like more information on Big Lens contact Michaela Scholl, Production Manager at 614.302.8916 or

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