Regent Professor's Films to Air on ABC Family
| September 5, 2013
Several short films edited by Regent University adjunct professor, Chris Free '11, will air on national television in the coming days. The films highlight humanitarian work taking place around the world, from war-torn areas of the Congo to tornado-ravaged Moore, Okla.
Free teaches film postproduction in the College of Arts & Sciences.
As a video editor and producer for Operation Blessing International, Free's work has claimed several prestigious accolades, including 10 Telly Awards.
Seventeen of his films have been selected to be screened on ABC Family in the coming days and weeks as part of the 700 Club Interactive broadcast. Look for segments of the following short films between 9:30-10:00 a.m. EST on their listed air date:
9/6 - Ugandan Orphan Rescued From Garbage Dump
9/11 - Caring For Lepers In South Sudan
9/12 - Standing Strong with Moore, Oklahoma
10/21 - Abused & Scarred
The rest of Free's films slated to air have not yet been scheduled. Check back with ABC Family for future dates.
Free earned his MFA in producing for cinema-television from Regent's School of Communication & the Arts in 2011.
Learn more about cinema-television at Regent.
Mindy Hughes, Public Relations
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