Michael B. Jordan is all smiles while chatting with press about Sprite Films during the 2014 CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Thursday afternoon (March 27).
The 27-year-old actor is serving as the 2014 mentor where he gave the student filmmaker finalists advice from inside Hollywood and more.
“What’s a dream without action or a talent without a stage to set it free?” Michael shared. “Each year Sprite Films finds student filmmakers who have it – the fearlessness and dedication to pursue their passion for film – and supports them to grow their dreams on a national platform. I’m lending my support by meeting with the student finalists to share my story as an actor and what I have learned from my mentors.”
Sprite Films champions the nation’s student filmmakers who thirst for self-expression through film. Finalists from film schools around the country have been selected by Sprite in 2014 and given a shot at creating their own short films.
The winning film, which you can now vote on, will run in movie theaters across the country in August.
FYI: Michael is wearing a Z Zegna suit.
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