Course Correction

Berkeley Square Media is so happy to announce that our film, "Course Correction" has been named BEST IN SHOW for the 2017 Four Points Film Project, as well as FOUR other amazing awards. The film will now be screened at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, as well as be featured at Filmapalooza 2018 in Paris. This worldwide competition had 129 entries this year.

Update: Course Correction has been officially selected to compete at the Saint Louis Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Film Festival, May 4th, at the Science Center’s Omnimax Theater.

This event challenges filmmakers around the world to make a less than 7:00 minute short film in only 77 hours, based on provided elements. The elements Berekely Square started with were:

Character: Mark or Marilyn Dunn - Flight attendant
Line: "Nothing good can come of that."
Prop: A Crayon
Genre: Time Travel or Romance

The other awards the film earned are: Shaun Collins was awarded "Best Writing", Laurie Uhler was awarded "Best Directing", Jo Lassley was awarded "Best Supporting Actor" and Gibson Uhler was awarded "Best Child Actor"

There will also be a Screening in February in San Diego, which the proceeds will benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Congrats to everyone involved!

"Course Correction : The Cinematographer's Cut" as submitted to Film Festivals

The Original Movie as submitted to Four Point Film Project:

WIBW-TV : 2 of WIBW's own (and plenty of family) will have a film in Cannes next year

WIBW-TV : WIBW Web Extra

WIBW-TV : Topeka filmmakers top contestants in international film competition : "Course Correction"

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