Jumat, 29 April 2016

The Digital moving image Salon pupil Documentary movie showcase Premieres Three Documentaries April 28

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.

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