“This movie is, in a way, a continuation of our production from last year, which we presented at the university in late October and November. This time, we focused on the paranormal dimension,” says Filip Marczuk, a specialist in implementing modern technologies at VPU.
Together with other university staff, they developed the script, assigned roles, and began shooting, followed by the film editing, all done in their free time, after work.
“On one hand, we wanted to introduce our Medical Simulation Center to people who don’t have regular access to it, and at the same time, show that as employees, we can be creative and prepare something unconventional together,” Filip Marczuk adds.
Last year’s film was well-received among other university staff and students. Therefore, those involved in this year’s production hope that their idea will also be positively received. They also promise that, like last year, it will be spine-chilling and capable of giving you a scare.
The film is about 10 minutes long.
The screening will take place on Monday, November 13, at 3:00 PM in the VPU auditorium (B-213), in the new building of the Medical Sciences Center.
You’re welcome to join!