The Spelman college Digital moving picture Salon will latest its thirteenth Annual DMIS pupil Documentary film showcase on April 28, 2016, at 7 p.m. The exhibit will most beneficial three documentaries produced by means of Spelman students. apart from the movie screenings, the showcase will award Spelman faculty alumna, Alexa Harris C'2007, a communications consultant, for her pioneering accomplishments in the box of African-American impartial cinema with the party of Excellence Award.
The Digital relocating photo Salon (DMIS) is a premier element of Spelman college's comparative ladies's reports program. Launched in 2004 by way of Dr. Ayoka Chenzira, the cutting-edge software elements students interested in documentary film making and digital media productions with a discovering area, practising floor, and construction studio. The DMIS showcase is well-known for producing films that are focused on timely subject matters that effect ladies of the African Diaspora. Thi s yr's documentaries explore HBCU splendor pageants, Afrofuturism and the event of women residing in neighborhoods beset with the aid of poverty.
The 2016 movies and producers are: "Chasing Perfection" by means of Melanie Boykin, C'2018, and Paloma Adams, C'2017; "Black to the future" by way of Briana Montalvo, C'2015, Lexus Phillips, C'2017, and Reid Moss, C'2016; and "Womanhood," by using Jasmin-Brengé Harris, C'2019, Bria Toussaint, C'2016, and Alexandra Marshall, C'2016.
Free and open to the general public, the exhibit can be held at the Midtown Arts Cinema (GPS tackle: 931 Monroe power NE Atlanta, GA 30308). Watch the trailer for the 2016 DIMS exhibit here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GzJ8he1NLo. For greater suggestions, visit DMIS.