GSU Film/Video graduate students spend their second year producing their
own 8-10 minute film, with classmates crewing each shoot. These 5 movies
are the culmination of these year-long projects, and reflect the diversity
of their creators: a story of colonization and betrayl in 19th century
Africa; a film within a film that challenges notions of
participant-spectatorship; the impossibility of male intimacy when gender
and sexuality fuse; the rise of a serial killer propelled by fashion; the
negotiation of secrecy in an intimate female-female connection. There's
gotta be something here that you'll enjoy.
Please join us for the debut screening, followed by a Q&A.
Burning, by Gnimbin Albert Outtara
Docudrama, by R. Michael Rhoades
Plays Well with Girls, by Britt Bailey Dunn
Precession of the Equinoxes, by Amber Dixon
Until, by Julia Roxanne Wallace