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While it may not be the Oscars, you can bet UW-Eau Claire’s 31 Day Video Project awards ceremony will not mess up the envelopes and the best film award. And Warren Beatty is not expected to attend.

The student film fest hosted by the University Activities Commission Films Committee will begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 9, in the Woodland Theater of the Davies Student Center.

This is the second of two annual UAC events that allow students to participate in the movie-making process. Films are produced in a 31-day time frame with the subject matter tied a specific theme. The theme for this year’s films is animals. The films range in length from 1 to 10 minutes, and students must also include a specific line of dialogue and prop to ensure the film was made within the 31 days.

While it may not be the Oscars, you can bet UW-Eau Claire’s 31 Day Video Project awards ceremony will not mess up the envelopes and the best film award. And Warren Beatty is not expected to attend.

The student film fest hosted by the University Activities Commission Films Committee will begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 9, in the Woodland Theater of the Davies Student Center.

This is the second of two annual UAC events that allow students to participate in the movie-making process. Films are produced in a 31-day time frame with the subject matter tied a specific theme. The theme for this year’s films is animals. The films range in length from 1 to 10 minutes, and students must also include a specific line of dialogue and prop to ensure the film was made within the 31 days.