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Celebrate Florida Filmmakers at Florida Film Festival 2016

The Florida Film Festival has revealed this year’s program, which is chock full of parties, discussions and special guests! Tonight, Maitland’s own Academy Awards® qualifying film festival opens with its classic Opening Night Party featuring a film called The Lobster, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and starring Colin Farrell.

While we are excited to welcome actress Sissy Spacek and director Mark Duplass to Central Florida, we are even more excited to see Florida’s awesome filmmakers up on the big screen! Be sure to follow Top 5 contributors (and filmmakers!) Rich, Jay, Allen, Jen and first time guest contributor Christopher Collins for live updates from #FFF2016!
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At Enzian Theater’s annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase, a mix of 13 schools (nine colleges & four high schools), 7 FilmSlam Winners, and many other independent entries (totaling 62 films!) were screened. Twelve films, made right here in Florida, were selected by a combination of jury and audience votes to screen as part of the Florida Sidebar in this year’s Florida Film Festival (April 8-17, 2016), sponsored by Full Sail University.

Below is the program for Florida Shorts: The Best of Brouhaha followed by three great Florida centric documentaries! If you see one of the filmmakers at this year’s fest, be sure to give them a high five! Festival tickets are available for purchase online or at the Enzian box office: www.FloridaFilmFestival.com/tickets

THE FUNSPOT
Written/Directed by Jake Hammond, Produced by Chloe Lind, Florida State University, 6 min 33 sec

A moody 10-year-old boy, stuck at his little sister’s birthday party, slips away for solitude and encounters a malevolent presence hiding within the ball pit of a sprawling indoor playground.

OPEN MIKE’S
Directed by Sterling Sims, Full Sail University, 8 min 37 sec
(Meet Sterling Simms at the 4/16 screening!)

The story of the owner of Florida Discount Music, Mike Della Cioppa, who turned an ailing music shop into a cultural music hub that the community didn’t even know it needed.

ESCAPE FROM AQUA PLACE
Written/Directed/Produced by Richard Lee, University of Central Florida, 3 min 10 sec
(Meet Richard Lee at the 4/16 screening!)

A deep sea diver finds himself stranded in a forbidden domain at the bottom of the ocean.  In the face of danger, he must seek out parts to repair his submarine.

PUBERTY
Written/Directed by Lydia Dullinger, Produced by Brandon Cox, Florida State University, 7 min 28 sec

Lily has a rare genetic trait that’s causing her to grow wings during puberty.  Surviving high school gets even more complicated when she meets Logan, a gay teenager determined to be her friend.

THE DEATHS OF JAMIE SMITH
Co-written/Directed by Steve Jean-Jacques, Co-written by Jordan Loscalzo, Full Sail University, 9 min 58 sec
(Meet Steve Jean-Jacques at the 4/16 screening!)

A girl with a death wish meets her mother’s new boyfriend with some mixed results.

HOLA LLAMIGO
Written/Directed/Produced by Christina Chang & Charlie Parisi, Ringling College of Art and Design, 3 min 52 sec

A strict father-son relationship is put to the test on a piñata ranch when the boy befriends one of the livestock and the ultimate sacrifice is on the line.

WAN MEI
Written/Directed by Yiyi Yin, Produced by Saad Nawab, Florida State University, 15 min 4 sec

Xiao is so relieved after his perfect girlfriend returns to him.  But when he realizes she’s still in love with another man, he resorts to revenge…and the love of a mannequin.

NO RAGRETS
Written/Directed/Produced by Paige Callan, Lake Highland Preparatory School, 6 min 8 sec
(Meet Paige Callan at the 4/16 screening!)

On the last day of her senior year, Maddie does not want to leave high school with any regrets.  She is finally ready to profess her true love to the boy she has liked since Pre-K.  But is the feeling mutual?

A very strong program from our June 2015 #filmmakers! #filmslam

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CARTERPILLAR [June 2015 FilmSlam Audience Award Winner]
Co-written/Directed/Produced by Ariel Zengotita, Co-written by Alex Zengotita, 2 min 57 sec
(Meet Ariel Zengotita at the 4/16 screening!)

A misfit toy car stars in this heartwarming, stop-motion film about loneliness and the need to belong.

SANCTUARY
Written/Directed/Produced by Grace Marrero, Florida State University, 7 min 26 sec

When animals fall victim to human-related incidents, Busch Wildlife Sanctuary heals and releases them back into the wild to once again be free.

NONE OF THAT  (Brouhaha Audience Award Winner)
Written/Directed/Produced by Anna Hinds Paddock, Kriti Kaur & Isabela Littger, Ringling College of Art and Design, 4 min 11 sec

A night museum guard discovers he’s in for more than he bargained for when a mysterious entity begins to censor all of the nude artwork.

DIXIE
Written/Directed by Armaan Uplekar, Produced by Aubrey Danielson, Florida State University, 13 min 44 sec
(Meet Armaan Uplekar at the 4/16 screening!)

Rhett and Deacon, white teenagers growing up in the Deep South, have blood on their hands after committing a racially motivated murder.  In the hours afterward, Rhett struggles to reconcile his guilt with his racial beliefs, while drawn to the affections of a local waitress.

Also included in this year’s program are three Florida centric documentaries;

MEMORIES OF A PENITENT HEART
Sponsored by Orlando Film Commission
Directed by Cecilia Aldarondo, SOUTHEAST PREMIERE/2ND US SHOWING

Twenty-five years after Cecilia Aldarondo’s Uncle Miguel died of AIDS, she tracks down his long-lost lover in search of answers as to why Miguel repented his homosexuality as death drew near. Uncovering the truth requires Cecilia to confront her family members with tough questions in an attempt to peel back the layers of denial associated with her uncle’s sexuality. Confronting her own family’s, the Latino culture’s, and the Church’s issues with homosexuality, she gives voice to his struggle for both love and acceptance. The search for answers about her uncle’s deathbed repentance becomes a complicated exploration of unresolved family drama. Stylish and unflinching in its approach, MEMORIES OF A PENITENT HEART explores both the personal story of Cecilia’s own family conflict, and the larger story of the AIDS crisis during the 1980s and 1990s—particularly the under-explored history of the many Latino artists who died during that time.

PINK BOY
Directed by Eric Rockey
(Meet Eric Rockey at the 4/17 screening!)

Growing up in conservative rural Florida, a six-year-old, gender non-conforming boy named Jeffrey wants to be a princess for Halloween.

WRESTLING ALLIGATORS
Sponsored by Orlando Film Commission and Tampa Hillsborough Film & Digital Media Commission
Directed by Andrew Shea, WORLD PREMIERE
(Meet Andrew Shea, James Eowan and Udi Epstein at the 4/16 screening!)

America’s last true frontier wasn’t the Golden West. It was the sawgrass seas of Florida’s Everglades, where a few thousand Native Americans fled 200 years ago and refused to die out. From that fierce, hardscrabble lineage comes the last of the great Indian chiefs, James Billie—a man born into this century but forged by the mythology of the past—a hunter, poet, soldier, and charismatic leader of 4,000 Florida Seminoles made wealthy beyond their wildest imaginings by Billie’s invention of (mostly) legalized gaming on reservations. With a deep personal charm that works almost magical results on everything from alligators to politicians, Billie is untouchable—until hubris, that bane of every hero beloved of the gods, threatens to bring him down and tumble the empire he built for the tribe he loves.

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LIVE2LEAD Simulcast at Full Sail University

L2L: LIVE2LEAD Simulcast Event Featuring Leadership Expert and Author,

John C. Maxwell to be held at Full Sail University

Orlando, FL August 13, 2015: Debi Markland, a John C. Maxwell Team Certified Member, in collaboration with Full Sail University, is proud to host the worldwide leadership simulcast event L2L: LIVE2LEAD at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL on October 9, 2015.

The L2L: LIVE2LEAD at Full Sail University event is designed to deliver the very best leadership content while inspiring and motivating participants and their teams. Additionally, this event will help attendees to connect with other influencers in their community and expand their business network with relationships that produce tangible results. The simulcast is designed to allow local leaders to be “in the room” with internationally recognized and respected leaders including:

  • John C. Maxwell – Leadership expert, coach and author of over 70 leadership books. Magazine recently selected John Maxwell as the #1 Leadership expert in the world.
  • Patrick Lencioni – Founder and president of The Table Group and best-selling author of over 10 books including The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.
  • Valorie Burton – Bestselling author, speaker and life coach dedicated to helping people get unstuck and be unstoppable in every area of life. She is the founder of The Coaching and Positive Psychology (CaPP) Institute.
  • Kevin Turner – Chief operating officer of Microsoft, leads the company in global sales, marketing and services organization of more than 47,000 employees in more than 190 countries.

Doors open at 7:45 am for registration. The L2L: LIVE2LEAD simulcast begins at 8:30 am and concludes at 2:30pm. Premium seating tickets are $99 and General Admission tickets are $79 per person and can be purchased online at www.l2lfullsail.com. A portion of the proceeds will go toward The John Maxwell Leadership Scholarship benefiting a deserving business degree program student at Full Sail University.

In addition to the simulcast, premium ticket holders will also receive access to the live on-site Leadership Forum panel discussion featuring:

  • Eddy Moratin – Executive Director of LIFT Orlando
  • Sheena Fowler – Director, Film & Digital Media, Orlando Film Commission
  • Richard Bommelje – Department Chair, Communications, Rollins College
  • Val Demings – Former Orlando Chief of Police

L2L: LIVE2LEAD at Full Sail University is being presented to the Central Florida community by Debi Markland, a John C. Maxwell Team Certified Member, in collaboration with Full Sail University, and is sponsored by Orlando Magic, Payas, Payas & Payas Attorneys at Law, Arthur’s Creative Events & Catering, Viewpost, and the National Association of Christian Women Leaders (NACWL).

About Full Sail University:

Full Sail University is an award-winning educational leader for those pursuing careers in the entertainment and media industry. Founded in 1979, Full Sail has been recognized as one of the 2015 “Top 25 Graduate & Undergraduate Schools to Study Game Design” by The Princeton Review, one of the Best Music Programs by Rolling Stone Magazine, and one of the Best Film Programs by UNleashed Magazine. Full Sail was named the 2014 “School/College of the Year” by the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges, received the “21st Century Best Practices in Distance Learning Award” from the United States Distance Learning Association, and was recognized as one of the Top 100 Social Media Colleges by Studentadvisor.com.

Full Sail University is a Graduate and Undergraduate degree-granting institution offering on-campus and online degree programs in areas related to Art & Design, Business, Film & Television, Games, Media & Communications, Music & Recording, and Web & Technology. Full Sail graduate credits include work on OSCAR®, Emmy®, GRAMMY®, ADDY®, MTV Video Music Award, and Video Game Award nominated and winning projects. For more information visit www.fullsail.edu or follow us at www.twitter.com/fullsail and www.facebook.com/fullsailuniversity.

 

Contacts:

Event Inquiries:

Debi Markland

John C. Maxwell Team Certified Member

PH: 954.483.9008

L2L@debimarkland.com

www.debimarkland.com

 

Local Singer/Songwriter Casey Conroy to Perform at Full Sail University

Event: Casey Conroy Show at Full Sail University

The event will also feature food trucks including Jeremiah’s Italian Ice, and the Red Bull Wings Team distributing free product from 4:00-6:00 PM.

Full Press Release Below

Orlando, FL, August 11, 2015BGE Management (www.bgemanagement.com), and Full Sail University, (www.fullsail.edu), are proud to announce that singer/songwriter Casey Conroy, (www.iamcaseyconroy.com), will be holding her (latest/upcoming) performance at the university’s state-of-the-art performance venue, Full Sail Live, on August 18, 2015 at 6 PM. The event is free and open to the public, as well as to Full Sail University students, staff and faculty.

At just 17 years of age, Conroy’s music has been making a significant impact on the entertainment industry. At 15, she made her local debut performance at BB King’s Blues Club with her first single, Innocently, which released in 2013. Most recently, Conroy was selected to perform at the 2015 Florida Music Festival’s GRAMMY Showcase at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. In addition, she has headlined the Orlando Amphitheater, the Orlando Fringe Festival, a two-hour sold out show at The Abbey, and currently has a recurring monthly show at The Venue. Conroy’s new EP, Impressions in the Sound is due to be released this fall.

Conroy’s band is comprised of Musical Director, Willy Colon, as well as Jun Sampson and Rob Bradley. Together, their sound is a fusion within the genres of indie pop, rock and electronica, with Conroy’s distinct vocals combined with strong orchestral arrangements.

As part of the August 18 show, students from Full Sail University’s Show Production Bachelor of Science degree program will participate in various production roles throughout Conroy’s performance. A primary component of their curriculum, students participate in hands-on sessions that take place in Full Sail’s world-class recording studios and live venues. Many of these sessions involve recording studio and live performances by artists in the multiple professional facilities housed on campus.

These sessions provide a great opportunity for up-and-coming artists and bands to receive free recording time and develop their studio or live performance skills while helping Full Sail students hone their craft. During studio sessions, students interface with guest artists to record and overdub their projects. During live sessions, similar to Casey Conroy’s performance, students collaborate with guest artists to film and produce live performances on stage.

“BGE is so proud to present Casey,” said Founder and President of BGE, Gary Conroy. “She is a remarkable storyteller and someone who personifies the essence of an exceptional artist, a true creator, and a person of absolute integrity looking to take her music into the market to accomplish a highly entertaining experience. We are so grateful for this opportunity to collaborate with the students and faculty of Full Sail University, and to further introduce her music to audiences worldwide.”

“Providing our students with multi-faceted learning opportunities ranging from artist relations, lighting and sound, and concert media design, to live event management and recording is a key component of our curriculum,” said Dale Rock, Artist Relations Director at Full Sail University. “We look forward to welcoming Casey Conroy to campus, and to the incredible production the students have in store.”

About BGE Management, LLC:

BGE is an Integral Management Company created to represent, guide, enhance and sustain the career of uniquely talented artists. We identify real opportunities for artists looking to maintain independence in an industry in need of real solutions. For more information on BGE Management please visit: www.bgemanagement.com.

About Full Sail University:

Full Sail University is an award-winning educational leader for those pursuing careers in the entertainment and media industry. Founded in 1979, Full Sail has been recognized as one of the 2015 “Top 25 Graduate & Undergraduate Schools to Study Game Design” by The Princeton Review, one of the Best Music Programs by Rolling Stone Magazine, and one of the Best Film Programs by UNleashed Magazine. Full Sail was named the 2014 “School/College of the Year” by the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges, received the “21st Century Best Practices in Distance Learning Award” from the United States Distance Learning Association, and was recognized as one of the Top 100 Social Media Colleges by Studentadvisor.com.

Full Sail University is a Graduate and Undergraduate degree-granting institution offering on-campus and online degree programs in areas related to Art & Design, Business, Film & Television, Games, Media & Communications, Music & Recording, and Web & Technology. Full Sail graduate credits include work on OSCAR®, Emmy®, GRAMMY®, ADDY®, MTV Video Music Award, and Video Game Award nominated and winning projects. For more information on Full Sail University please visit: www.fullsail.edu, or follow us at www.twitter.com/fullsail and www.facebook.com/fullsailuniversity.

 About Studio K, Inc:

With its headquarters in Orlando, FL, Studio K is an entertainment public relations agency and lifestyle corporation additionally featuring: The Loft at Studio K for dance and fitness, The Backdrop blog and online publication, The Backdrop Magazine, which is the first in the nation to combine the top ten interests of women into one comprehensive publication and be entirely ad-free, and Kristin Noelle Cosmetics and photography studio. For more information on Studio K please visit: www.studiokorlando.com.

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Orlando – Please Don’t Redefine Us

Lately I’ve been reading numerous articles by extremely passionate Orlando-area citizens, who declare their love for the City Beautiful. They write about the thriving literary community, the bursting tech industry, the outstanding colleges and universities, and even the highly touted food and art scene.

And in nearly every article, each well-meaning writer relates angry disgust that media outlets from across the nation are just now discovering that Orlando isn’t a “cultural wasteland” after all. And as a by-product of that anger, every writer then wants to redefine who we are or wants to describe Orlando as having a rebirth. (As if all our greatness had disappeared until just recently!)

Perhaps this common theme of needing to redefine what Orlando is comes from the fact that most of these writers start their articles by explaining they moved to Central Florida “several years ago” for school or work or to retire. And like many, they didn’t expect to fall in love with the City and were thrilled to see how much it had to offer in the aforementioned literary, arts, food, tech et al. (How ironic they now take exception to the fact that outsiders don’t also know this.) These writers say, “You don’t know the real Orlando. We’re not just Disney.”

While I certainly appreciate these eager citizens wanting to tout how wonderful our area is, I find myself bristling at the term “redefining” because feels like we weren’t good enough before these people arrived in Central Florida and decided to give us a new definition.

You see, I was born and raised here, just like my mother was, and just like my grandmother was back in the 1800s. There are a number of us here, actually, native Central Floridians that have always known what Orlando is and don’t need new arrivals to suddenly tell us what we are and what we have.

We’ve Always Had a Literary Scene

Yes, even before Jack Kerouac.

Back in 1926 Rollins College began the Animated Magazine. Since paper and printing supplies were still in somewhat short supply due to the fairly recent first World War, then-college President Hamilton Holt decided that the articles should be read aloud on stage instead of printed. This turned into an annual event that used to draw thousands. In the crowd sat dignitaries from around the world, including Secretaries of State and even former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.

Animated Magazine - Rollins College

Animated Magazine – Rollins College

The Animated Magazine lives on today, under the tutelage of editors like U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins, and has helped bring about the annual Winter with the Writers, which is where I got to see Maya Angelou when she visited back in 2007.

With the Orlando Public Library opening in 1923, and the Zora Neale Hurston Festival operating for nearly 30 years now, this is just further evidence the literary scene is not having a rebirth but has quietly been here all along.

We’ve Always Had an Art Scene

One of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most prestigious art festivals happens right here at the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The Orlando Museum of Art was established in 1924, the Maitland Art Center in 1937, and we’ve had the Crealde School of Art and Jamali for over 40 years now. Add in the Polasek Museum and the world’s largest collection of Tiffany glass at the Morse Museum, and we’re doing just fine.

Albin Polasek

Albin Polasek

Famed actor Buddy Epsen’s father started the Central Florida Ballet Company in 1945. “I dared not start a ballet company here in Orlando because the idea seemed hopeless,” Epsen was quoted as saying. “Now there are several companies throughout Florida.” Epsen’s company was later taken over by Edith Royal, whose “Ballet Royal” supplied generations of dancers to the great stages of the world.

And even earlier, Ruth Pounds started a dance school in 1935, which taught both my mother and then me how to dance, sit, curtsy, and all the etiquette required of a cultured young adult.

The area has always had beautiful architecture thanks to those like Gamble Rogers, II, who helped create the beauty that attracted leading artists, business tycoons, and top politicians to settle in the area.

When President Dwight Eisenhower dedicated the opening of the basement radio station at Rollins College (still one of the longest-running basement radios in the country), we made indie radio hip long before we made boy bands hip in the 1990s. You can check brief history of radios at Radio Waves.

We’ve Always Had a Tech Scene

Lockheed Martin opened its doors in 1956. (My mother worked there afternoons in high school!) Shortly thereafter, the Kennedy Space Center was built nearby to oversee the Apollo missions. We watched those missions, and later those of the Space Shuttle, right from our backyards – and I’m pretty sure it doesn’t get much cooler than that!

Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center

Thankfully this tech industry also had a need for engineers; thus UCF was founded in 1963 and has grown into one of the largest universities in the nation. Add in the innovations of Walt Disney in the 70s, and then Full Sail University in the 80s, and yep, we’ve always had a tech scene.

We’ve Always Had a Food Scene

Food trucks did not make the food hip in this city.

We’ve always had great food, ranging from Dixie Crossroads and La Cantina to Le Cordon Bleu and Gary’s Duck Inn. From the 94th Aero Squadron, which served incredible food since World War I, to Ronnie’s Diner which opened in 1956, Orlando always had talked-about food. The fact that the establishments serving that food is changing, doesn’t mean there weren’t great restaurants before the new ones arrived.

Ronnie's Diner

Ronnie’s Diner

With T.G. Lee Dairy and the many orange groves, we’ve always been farm-to-table. And when you add in Publix (founded in 1930), we were doing just fine long before this so-called rebirth.

We’re Growing, Not Rebirthing

Yes, it is an exciting time to be in Orlando. We are growing in many different, wonderful ways. Newcomers are bringing great assets, and companies are setting up roots and investing here. With strong leadership we will continue to flourish.

And while I admire the zeal these newcomers use to tell the rest of the world how great Orlando is, please don’t act like this is a new development in Orlando’s history. Don’t call it a rebirth or try to redefine it.

We are who we are, and always have been.

We don’t want to be New York, San Francisco, or even Austin. We want to be who and what we already are. We’re orange groves and Disney. We’re tech and and old-fashioned books. We’re art and great food.

But, we’re not the best thing since sliced bread… we were cool long before that hit the world back in 1930!

This guest post was written by Bess Auer, fourth generation Floridian and the first editor of the Central Florida Top 5. You can connect with her on Twitter at @Bess_Auer.

Conquering Kilimanjaro Florida Premiere

More than a film, Conquering Kilimanjaro is an inspirational shout out to cancer survivors everywhere that celebrates the power of love and the irrepressible nature of the human spirit. It is a feature length documentary on the Survivor Summit participants’ life-changing and life-challenging efforts to climb Tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest freestanding mountain at 19,341 feet.

Please join us for a special red carpet film premiere as we celebrate the Florida premiere of Conquering Kilimanjaro and stand up for our inspirational friend and colleague Wendy Chioji. A two-time cancer survivor, Wendy has been diagnosed with recurrent Thymic Carcinoma and has just been accepted into a clinical trial. Wendy will be in attendance and will share her inspirational story with the audience. A former Central Florida news anchor, Wendy was part of Survivor Summit 2014, the expedition team chronicled in Conquering Kilimanjaro, the documentary film by Marc Middleton. The film celebrates the power of love and the irrepressible nature of the human spirit documenting the life-changing and life-challenging efforts to climb Tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest freestanding mountain at 19,341 feet. The climb was led by world famous high altitude mountaineer, Chris Warner and in addition to Chioji and Middleton, included LIVESTRONG CEO Doug Ulman, world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson and other survivors and advocates from the cancer community.

A portion of the proceeds from the event, which is being held at Full Sail Live at Full Sail University, will be donated to the LIVESTRONG Foundation in Wendy’s name.

Music Festival Hall of Fame 2014 @ Full Sail University!

Full Sail University Adds Music Festival to 5th Annual Hall of Fame 

Yes,  A Music Festival too!  FREE Music Festival the  19th-21st of February!

Link to Schedule HERE 

(More soon check back for full coverage!)

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Full Sail University is proud to announce the addition of a three-day music festival to the 5th Annual Hall of Fame celebration featuring nationally and locally recognized bands and artists performing live on Full Sail’s campus. The Hall of Fame music festival will also include gaming exhibits, film screenings, food trucks and more.

This year’s Hall of Fame Music Festival, sponsored by WWE®, will feature performances by: Bear Toe, Beebs and Her Money Makers, Courrier, Jeremy Ellis, The Pauses, Thomas Wynn & The Believers, and many more. Admission to the music festival is free and open to the public, with doors opening at 12pm daily and performances held on the university’s Hollywood-style backlot from 3pm to 9pm. Full Sail’s Hall of Fame Week is sponsored by Sony Electronics’ Professional Solutions of America, with supporting sponsors WWE, Adobe Systems, Inc., Avid, CDW-G, Cisco, Hewlett Packard Co., Murphy Lighting Systems, and Sennheiser.

During Hall of Fame week, guest lectures and panel discussions will take place featuring new and past Hall of Fame inductees and industry leaders from notable companies including, but not limited to, ESPN, Sony, and WWE. Select events within the week will be streamed live to the university’s online students and the public.

“As we embark on our 5th annual Hall of Fame celebration week, and the 35th anniversary of our university, we are filled with an astounding sense of pride surrounding our remarkable university community,” said Full Sail University President, Garry Jones.

Additional information regarding events, music festival performance schedule, and special guests will be announced as Hall of Fame Week approaches. Please visit the mobile-optimized site http://halloffame.fullsail.edu for more details, and follow @FullSail to join the #FullSailHOF conversation on Twitter.