This Week at Full Sail: NetherRealm Studios, Microsoft Studios, ESPN, and More

Design Rally, FLBlogCon EDU, Pure Motivation, and More [This Week at Full Sail]

It’s a busy week at Full Sail for both campus and online students. Check out information below on presentations from several industry guests (including online Q&A sessions), a private film screening, an ESPN Laboratory session, and more.

Tuesday:

  • Watch an advanced screening of the unreleased film Intersections, then stay for a Q&A with the film’s writer/director, David Marconi. More details. (RSVP)
  • David Marconi will also answer questions about writing for film during an online presentation. More details. (RSVP)
  • Producer Warren Kohler will talk about producing independent films and answer student questions during an online presentation. More details. (RSVP)

Wednesday:

  • Brainstorm project ideas for ESPN during the monthly ESPN Laboratory meeting in the Full Sail University Sports Lab. More details. (RSVP)
  • Full Sail Game Design and Development grad Elbert Perez will talk to students about his career publishing independent games and working at Microsoft Studios. More details. (RSVP)

Thursday:

  • For students unable to attend Elbert Perez‘s presentation, he’ll answer questions about the game industry during an Online Q&A. More details. (RSVP)DanWeilandPoster
  • Recording Arts grad Jeff Villanueva will talk about his career in the studio engineering tracks for artists like Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, and more. More details. (RSVP)

Friday:

Sunday:

  • The Behind the Scenes tour is the best way for prospective students to tour campus, meet faculty, and get all of their admissions, financial aid, and education questions answered in one place. More details.

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  1. Full Sail has one of the coolest building designs of any campus I’ve seen. Probably doesn’t hurt that they’re widely known as a music production school so they have somewhat of a creative side by design, but it’s still really sweet looking.

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