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VES FILM/VIDEO & ANIMATION SCREENINGS - SPRING 2013

Wednesday–Saturday, May 1–4, 2013
Lecture Hall
7:00 pm


Reception: Friday, May 3, 5:30-6:30 pm

Moving-image works produced by spring semester students in the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, including senior thesis projects by Sophie Bearman, Daniel Garber, Daniel Goldhaber, Marisol Herrera, Alex Morelli, Katrhyn C. Ryan, and Evá Wiliams.





Sophie Bearman
PATRICK AND KUMARI, 24 minutes

The relationship of a Sri Lankan couple slowly unfolds.




Caroline Rose Giuliana "To Be Candy"

Daniel Garber
SWIM AT OWN RISK, 24 minutes

With a semester of college behind them, seven high school friends reunite at a beach house and confront the awkwardness of growing up and drifting apart.



Sean Goller "Love Seat"

Daniel Goldhaber
BAD KID, 25 minutes

An all-American boy has a normal day in his hometown.



S.R. Jackson "Lucifer's Music"

Marisol Herrera
EL TIEMPO SE VIENE ENCIMA/TIME FALLS ON YOU, 25 minutes, 8 seconds

A story of an immigrant family that questions the premise of the American Dream.



Alex Morelli
THEY SAY IT'S WONDERFUL, 25 minutes

Eyes that don't see each other, soon forget about each other. —Greek proverb



Kathryn C. Ryan
MILLENIAL DAYS, 21.5 minutes

Several forms of memory preservation (journals, sketches, photos, videos) construct episodes from early childhood, to adolescence, to leaving home.



Evá Williams
DISCONNECT, 14 minutes

A man throws a birthday party for his sister. 



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