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Premiere of SCCs short film JOURNAL is Dec. 12

The Somerset Community College Theatre Programs Digital Video Productions will present the world premiere of its short film, Journal, in Stoner Little Theatre located in Stoner Hall on the SCC Somerset Campus North on Saturday, December 12th at 7:30 pm. There will be no admission charge for this special screening.

Keifer Adkins plays the lead role in this film as a young man who is struggling through his first year of college. The story of the movie is told in a series of entries that the young man records in his personal journal in an attempt to better understand his struggle.

Other members of the cast include Laura Back, Josh Jones, David Daring, Shane Morgan, Rachel Colyer, Jeremy Boggs, Jimmy Harper and Nicole McCarty. The film features additional appearances by Elliot Cleberg, Jessica Hatterman, Julie Thorn, Critley King, Christina Gibson and Corey Dick. The film was written by Elliot and Steve Cleberg.

SCCs Digital Video Productions is the film wing of the Colleges theatre program. This production company produces films utilizing students, former students and members of the community. Past productions have included The Stronger which was an official selection into the 2007 Bluegrass Independent Film Festival and Nancy Barrys Big Case which was an official selection into the 2009 World Independent Film Expo.

Digital Video Production also hosts the annual 48-Hour Film Festival each September and the Winter Shorts Film Festival each January. Check out Digital Video productions web site at http://www.somerset.kctcs.edu/CCONNECTIONS_Theatre_DigitalVideoProductions.html.

Further details about the premiere may be obtained from Sherry Crabtree at 606-451-6766 or by email at Sherry.Crabtree@kctcs.edu.

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Nicole McCarty of Pulaski County plays Alesha, a friend of Jeffrey, played by Keifer Adkins of Pulaski County, in a moment of crisis in Somerset Community College Digital Video Production of Journal. The film will premiere in the Stoner Little Theatre located in Stoner Hall on the SCC Somerset Campus North on Saturday, December 12th at 7:30 p.m. There will be no admission charge for this special screening.