“The Fantastic Love of Bee Boy and Flower Girl” by Clemens Roth is an international entry in Bemidji State University’s Headwaters Film Festival, March 31-April 1.

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Sam is one of five Bemidji State students whose short films are vying in the Headwaters Film Festival’s April 1 Minnesota Student Filmmakers competition.

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A message recorded aboard the International Space Station by Astronaut Scott Kelly introduces winning films from NASA’s 2015 CineSpace competition on Day 2 of the Headwaters Film Festival.

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Producer and production designer Jamie Holt joins the Headwaters Film Festival March 31 to Skype about her career and work on the video for Lady Gaga’s Academy Award-nominated single, “‘Til it Happens to You.”

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Erika, a junior in mass communication, directs the 2016 Headwaters Film Festival, leading 30 students who run every aspect of the festival as part of a new course in BSU’s Department of Mass Communication.

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Dr. Steven A. Rosenstone, chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, has announced Dr. Rodney S. Hanley, Dr. Faith Hensrud and Dr. Al S. Thompson as semifinalists for the presidency at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College.

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Dr. Al S. Thompson, Jr., is vice chancellor for student affairs and chief diversity officer at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. Thompson will visit campus on Tuesday, March 22. • Resume (PDF)

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Dr. Rodney S. Hanley is provost and vice president for academic affairs at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn. Hanley will visit campus on Monday, March 21. • Resume (PDF)

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Dr. Faith Hensrud is provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Wisconsin Superior. Hensrud will visit campus on Wednesday, March 23. • Resume (PDF)

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Dr. Richard A. Hanson announced his retirement in August. During his six-year presidency, Hanson has overseen the successful Imagine Tomorrow fundraising campaign and significant construction projects that have modernized the BSU campus.