Bethany Brinton, a recent Belmont graduate, recently screened her short film “My Practice,” as part of a bi-monthly series by CineArtistry, a group that promotes indie filmmaking. Brinton created the short as her senior capstone project for her degree in motion pictures, highlighting the combination of her two passions–music and film. Brinton also earned a degree in commercial music while at Belmont.
The screening, which included four shorts, took place at the Secret Rose Theater in North Hollywood. A facilitator hosted a question and answer session with the filmmakers after the showings. “I was so happy to screen my short for an audience and have my hard work pay off,” Brinton said. “It was received very well!”
Having lived in LA for the last year, Brinton said she’s been honored to learn more about her industry and have the opportunity to continue storytelling. “Living in LA has been great,” she said. “I’m hugely grateful to all the fellow students who helped make this film happen.”