Auburn University’s Jule Collins Smith Museum presenting Short Circuit Traveling Film Festival Jan. 27

AUBURN – The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University will present the Southern Arts Federation’s second annual Short Circuit Traveling Film Festival on Tuesday, Jan. 27, beginning at 6 p.m. This public event is free, with complimentary snacks served at a 7 p.m. break in the three-hour program.

The Short Circuit Traveling Film Festival is the only program that spotlights short films created by filmmakers living and working in the Southeastern United States. It is comprised of 12 short films selected for their artistic merit by a panel of media arts professionals. This year’s films range from fiction and animation to experimental and documentary by filmmakers from Georgia, Louisiana and Florida.

The Short Circuit Traveling Film Festival is a program of the Southern Arts Federation, a non-profit regional arts organization. For more information on the Southern Arts Federation and its programs visit www.southarts.org. To view a list of the films in this program, along with their descriptions, go to http://www.southarts.org/site/c.guIYLaMRJxE/b.2951861/k.8291/Festival_Films.htm.

For more information about the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, go to http://jcsm.auburn.edu/index.php.

(Contributed by Colleen Bourdeau.)

Contact: Colleen Bourdeau, (334) 844-7075 (cbourdeau@auburn.edu), or
Mike Clardy (334) 844-9999 (clardch@auburn.edu)