The Honolulu Advertiser has an article on Chris Lee producing Warner Bros.' Superman which also says that ACM students will be working on the film. Here's several clips:
Chris Lee, chairman of the Academy for Creative Media at the University of Hawai'i-Manoa, has been named executive producer of the mainstream movie, planned for release in 2006. Production begins March 3 in Sydney, Australia, with filming continuing through August.
ACM students in Hawai'i are likely to be hired in a first-of-a-kind internship, where they will "live and study abroad, working on the movie, gaining on-the-job training," said Lee. Details are being finalized by Tom Brislin, who will serve as acting chairman of the film school, which begins its new semester next Monday.
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Source: The Honolulu Advertiser
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