27 Feb 2014
Film/Media/ Harrington School-Wide/ Undergraduate
Film/Media is working with the Hera Gallery in Wakefield to showcase the Harrington School of Communication & Media’s student films!
The screening will feature the work of eight students from faculty member, Keith Brown’s advanced classes.
When: Thursday, February 27th at 7:00 PM
Where: Hera Gallery located on 10 High Street Wakefield, RI
This event is free and open to the public and the Film/Media students are very excited to get another chance to screen their work. You don’t want to miss this!
Visit the gallery’s Facebook invite for a complete listing of films.
Feb. 27th at 7:00pm
The screening will feature the work of eight students from faculty member, Keith Brown’s advanced classes. The program will include the following films:
Loose Ends (Digital) – 20 minutes – Joey Sawyer Shaw
Clocks (16mm)– 5 minutes – Marc Tourigny
Crazy Concoction (Super 16) -8 minutes – Tyler Stephenson-Donley
Red Coat (16mm)- 5 minutes – Ryan Gilman
A New Wonderful (16mm)– 5 Minutes – Alia McAdams and Jeff Ferrara
Fudge Packers (Digital) – 5 Minutes -Jeff Ferrara
Beach Invasion (16mm) – 5 Minutes – Bob Klein
Smashing (Super 8)– 3 Minutes – Amelia Votta
There will be an encore presentation of an audience choice film of either Matt DiGennaro’s This is a Love Story or Ashton Avila’s Needless Wait, both of which are award-winning films from Harrington alumni.
Those who attend will also have a sneak peak of our newest exhibition Four Visions which features new work from Hera’s associate members Uli Brahmst, Linda Denosky-Smart, Susan Hayward, and Myron Rubenstein.
Free parking can be located in the parking lot across the street from Hera Gallery