It was a scene straight out of Hollywood in Bryan Wednesday morning.
Students at Allen Academy held the world premiere of their student produced move "Alice."
The ten minute spy thriller was filmed right here in Bryan / College Station and featured grown-up actors.
Students directed, produced, and brought the movie to life.
"It's about a spy that is betrayed by her agency and she ends up giving her life for something that she thinks is real," said Jacob Clanton, an Allen Academy senior who was the film's director.
"You worry so much on if you are going to get it exactly perfect like how you envision it," commented Allen Academy Senior Lonnie Allen, who produced the film.
"It's a great day at Allen Academy. We spent all of last semester working on this film," said Ruben Olague, an Allen Academy film teacher.
The filmmakers plan to submit the film at competitions.
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