Film and Video Bachelor’s Degree Candidates to Present Thesis Work on Monday, May 7
Six bachelor's degree candidates from Pratt Institute's Department of Film and Video will present their thesis work on Monday, May 7, at 7 PM at BAM Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Avenue, in Brooklyn. This free screening of individual short thesis films, titled "Senior Class Film Showcase," is open to members of the public who have made reservations.
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The "Senior Class Film Showcase" will feature innovative work from the program and will offer the community a chance to see the ingenuity and creativity of emerging filmmakers from Pratt Institute in the beautiful surrounds of The Brooklyn Academy of Music. It is the culmination of each student's cinematic interests, and is not restricted in content or style. The resulting films from this year's degree candidates are traditional narrative and experimental fiction films.
Pratt's Department of Film and Video emphasizes an awareness of fine arts traditions as well as the professional disciplines of the contemporary media artist. Students in the bachelor of fine arts degree program acquire foundation skills while pursuing their own artistic visions in documentary, experimental, and narrative modes of production. The department is chaired by Leighton Pierce and is part of the Pratt Institute School of Art and Design, which is led by Dean Concetta M. Stewart.
Images clockwise from left: Film stills from Polaroid Girl, Finding Sarah, Disconnect When, Linda LeThorn & the Musicbox, The Griot, and Head. Photos clockwise from left: Courtesy April Maxey, Anna Evetts Tebbutt, Bridget Moriarty, Meg Skaff, David Adeogun, and Ted Hesse.
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