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Students’ film project garners attention of Knoxville’s WBIR Channel 10

Adam Collins and Jared Belcher talk with WBIR's Emily Stroud prior to the premiere of "Refuge: Children of the Trash."

Carson-Newman juniors Adam Collins and Jared Belcher recently sat down with Emily Stroud, a reporter with Knoxville’s WBIR Channel 10, to talk about the premiere of their recent film project, “Refuge: Children of the Trash.” The two, along with students Laken Kimsey, Mikey Oppizzi, and Jamison Price make up the Refuge film team. Click here to view the segment.

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