Posted: August 24, 2010 by ljhadvisor in Events


The fourth annual B-Movie Celebration takes place in Franklin, Indiana on September 24, 25 and 26th.  You may be wondering how a B-Movie event could be any bit educational.  Well, the truth is there are many opportunities for students to learn new things at the Celebration.

First of all, the B-Movie Celebration will host over 10 seminars on movies and the art of film production.  You can learn the art of screenwriting and directing, as well as learn many aspects on movie production and distribution.  Also, as there are over 60 films being shown ranging from the 1930s to today, your students can gain a strong sense of the history of motion pictures.  At the Celebration, we focus on making our experience both educational and fun and these are just some of the ways we do it.

In addition, there will be many guests who work in the industry from filmmakers Kelly Baker, whose independent films have been shown all over the world, to director Bert I. Gordon, who made several b-movie classics such as “Tormented” and “Attack of the Puppet People,” to prolific film director Jim Wynorski who has over 70 feature films to his credit.  Also on hand will be actors like Daniel Roebuck (“River’s Edge”) and Daniel Emery Taylor (“The Return of Swamp Thing”).  The Celebration gives you the opportunity to meet these people and gain their experience and insight on films and filmmaking from the past to the future.

There are many such opportunities for learning at the B-Movie Celebration that provide valuable knowledge for anyone interested in exploring a career in film and video production and history as well.  But you don’t have to be a film junkie to take in the learning.  The B-Movie Celebration is for everyone, regardless of whether you’re interested in cinema or not.  We greatly encourage you to check out our website to find out more and see for yourself the ways the B-Movie Celebration can educate as well as entertain.

For further information, contact or check our website at  We look forward to seeing you there.


Comments are closed.