48-Hour Film Festival
Union Program Council is putting on an incredible red-carpet-style premiere of the 48-Hour Film Festival at 5pm, Wednesday, Apr. 5 in the Flint Hills Room on the second floor of the K-State Student Union.
The festival presents talented groups of K-State students who created original short stories in 48 hours as part of a filmmaking competition. A panel of professional filmmakers has judged the entries and prizes will be awarded in several categories including the Audience Choice Award!
The free event also includes complimentary popcorn and soda for attendees.
For additional information on this event or for a complete list of all UPC activities, visit kstateupc.com or call the UPC office at 785-532-6571.
About Union Program Council: Union Program Council plans more than 150 entertaining, educational, cultural, and substance-free events for K-State students and the Manhattan community each year.
The Union’s mission is to serve all, especially students, with facilities that provide services, programs, leadership experiences, and educational opportunities which foster a sense of well-being and belonging in an inclusive community.