The Pratt Film/Video 2023 Senior Showcase will be a daylong exhibition of thesis films created by the graduating class of Film/Video majors. The showcase will be presented as a series of screening blocks, with each block consisting of five to ten thesis films. After each block, the filmmakers will participate in a question-and-answer session with the audience.
Reservation required as seating is limited. Click on the block to RSVP.
Monday, May 15:
Block A – McKenna Screening Room (550 Myrtle) – 12pm
The Subjects – Christine Parshall
Turkey Club – Reilly Bair
I Accommodate ME – Yining Wang
Only in Memory – David Valentine
In Morning – Lizzy Tolentino
Bound – Maddi Randle
Whispering Angel – Ava Estelle Papunen
Block B – McKenna Screening Room (550 Myrtle) – 2pm
An Entirely Hypothetical Story – Claudia Rader
Alphabet Soup – Romina De La Puente
Lear’s Shadow – Michael Cherry
Tracy – Madeline Welch
Laisse-Moi – Habiba Kabbaj
Wendover – Nick Lavion
Reflect – Rohan Subramaniam
Block C – BAM Rose Cinema (30 Lafayette) – 5pm
What Do You Mean Who Cares – Lukas Cardoni
Second Act – Britney Bautista
What People Burn to Stay Warm – Sam Lasiter
Dawn – Leon Lister
Se llama ritmo Nueva York – Maribel Marmolejo Reyes
An Early Autumn Day – Hangyu Zhou
Tweens Bite – Grace Luna McConaughy-Kryvicky
Nastrond – Maxim Frumkin
Out There In Here – Ian Fastert
The Third Ear – Nathan Ginter
Block D – BAM Rose Cinema (30 Lafayette) – 8pm
A Spring Farewell – Shengfang Lyu
Come What May – Kit Matthews
Soon Come Back – Nande Walters
Crisis Actress – Tristana Alexander
Live From the Clouds – Mackie Mallison
Crickets – Macie O’Neil
Population: 11 – Caroline Lathrop
In the Fourth – Dara Bruselovsky
Trial Period – Kiernan Francis
The jury that programmed this year’s show was filmmaker Alejo Franzetti, New York Film Festival programmer Aily Nash and film producer Melane Trapecio.
Pratt Shows are public exhibitions and presentations by Pratt Institute’s graduating students in 30+ different fields, now through May.
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