Texas Independent Film Network Brings Texas Traveling to BaylorFeb. 28, 2012
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The Baylor University film and digital media division of the department of communication studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, along with the Texas Independent Film Network, will screen a documentary double feature including "Barbecue: A Texas Love Story" and "Something's Brewin in Shiner" at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 1, in Room 101 of Castellaw Communications Center, 219 Baylor Ave, on the Baylor campus.
"Barbecue: A Texas Love Story" is narrated by former Governor Ann Richards and journeys through the state of Texas to find new people through the bonds of barbecue from the Great Texas Mosquito Festival to an East Texas church that raises money through "Holy BBQ."
The second documentary, "Something's Brewin in Shiner," tells the story from 2003 when a secret new beer was being made in Spoetzl Brewery and everyone in the town had something to say about the new addition.
Guest speaker Mike Woolf, director of "Something's Brewin in Shiner," will be available for a Q&A session after the double feature screening.
The event is free and open to the public.
About Baylor University
Baylor University is a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution, characterized as having "high research activity" by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The university provides a vibrant campus community for approximately 15,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas through the efforts of Baptist pioneers, Baylor is the oldest continually operating university in Texas. Located in Waco, Baylor welcomes students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries to study a broad range of degrees among its 11 nationally recognized academic divisions.
About the College of Arts & Sciences
The College of Arts & Sciences is Baylor University's oldest and largest academic division, consisting of 27 academic departments and 13 academic centers and institutes. The more than 5,000 courses taught in the College span topics from art and theatre to religion, philosophy, sociology and the natural sciences. Faculty conduct research around the world, and research on the undergraduate and graduate level is prevalent throughout all disciplines.
For more information, visit Baylor Communication Studies or call (254) 710-1621.
by Carmen Galvan, student newswriter, (254) 710-6805