CPC Film Series and Humane Society highlight Episode #164

By Paul Miller

Knightly News Co-Adviser

On this episode of the Knightly News Podcast, we welcome the former Knightly News President and recent Central Penn graduate Dylan Bowman to discuss his upcoming CPC Film Series presentation of “1917” and the Marketing Director of the Humane Society of the Harrisburg Area to chat about the conclusion of CPC Gives Back from 2022.

In our first segment, Bowman shares his passion for film and video production. He is an accomplished videographer in his own right, having founded a local video company called Fellowship Studios.

Bowman wants to focus his presentation on cinematography, or how the composition of shots throughout a film leads to the artful nature of the medium.

The event, taking place on Feb. 10 at 6 p.m. in the Capital Blue Cross Theatre, is open to the public and is free. Popcorn, beverages and other movie-themed snacks will be available for donation to the Knightly News Media Club.

After recently graduating in December from our Corporate Communication program at Central Penn, Bowman was offered the opportunity to present at our quarterly film series because of his dedication to the college during his time here.

Bowman also is our Central Penn Knights sports photographer as well, and his work can be seen at http://cpcknightlynews.com.

On the second segment of the podcast, we welcome the Marketing Director of the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area, Amanda Brunish.

During this segment, we recap CPC Gives Back, our annual philanthropic campaign. In 2022, CPC Gives Back focused on protecting animal welfare, and the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area was one of the organizations the college supported.

In addition, many Central Penn College students, faculty and staff volunteered at the organization.

Brunish shared how this position is a dream come true for her because of her love for animals and background in marketing.

The Humane Society of Harrisburg Area will also have two special events in February. First is “Shelter Sweetheart Week,” a week in February with a Valentine’s Day theme to help promote some of the animals for adoption. The second is their “Annual Glove Drive,” as they use over 300,000 gloves in a single year. Click on the links for more information and to support the Humane Society!

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