Cannes Film Festival Includes “Kiss of Death” by Art Institute of Atlanta Students
May 26, 2016
Students Jillian Kibler and Tim Collins were recently interviewed by ArtsATL.com about their journey to the Cannes Film Festival. The students developed the concept for their short film, “Kiss of Death,” during a class project at The Art Institute of Atlanta. The film has been selected as an official entry in the annual festival’s Short Film Corner competition. The students traveled to Cannes, France to promote the film.
Collins and Kibler were also featured on WABE-FM and have upcoming interviews scheduled with Oz Magazine, Target Audience Magazine, and Georgia Home Magazine.
Jillian and Tim are pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Filmmaking & Video Production at The Art Institute of Atlanta. Their film debuted at the 69th Cannes Film Festival, May 11-22, 2016.
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