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Date & Time
Thursday, March 17 at 7:00 pm
Admission
Free and open to the public. (Masking required.) More Info
Venue
Film Theater at the Rubenstein Arts Center
2020 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27705
Description

Films to be screened (alphabetical by filmmaker):

  • Laura Asherman (Grad ’23) – Scrap
  • John Ball ’21 – Lunch for Two
  • Stacy Chen ’22 – Evergreen (Music Video)
  • Yinan Du ’22 (Kunshan) – A Clockwork Orange (Title Sequence)
  • Gloria Kim ’22 – R.E.M.
  • Emily MacDiarmid (Grad ’22) – Approved for Release (excerpt)
  • Merrill O’Shaughnessy ’23 & Kyra Chan ’22 – Dinner (Music Video)
  • Sannan Saleh ’22 – Pin Drop Silence (excerpt)
  • Wayne Shi ’22 – What’s Behind the Mask?
  • Maddie Stambler (Grad ’23) – Hazelwood
  • Vinitha Sunkara ’24 – A Bit of My ADHD Visualized
  • Bilge Tatar ’22 – Ellerinde Pankatlar (music video)
  • Kendra Tse ’23 – Flow

Total running time: 49 min.

Special Film Awards, to be voted on by audience members and Cinematic Arts faculty at the screening:

  • 2022 Audience Choice Award
  • 2022 Cinematic Arts Faculty Jury Panel Award

 

Screen/Society screenings are free and open to the public. (COVID-19 Info)

 

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