2013 MFA Thesis Documentary Film Screening
Saturday, June 15, 2013 -
2:00pm to 4:30pm
Free and open to the public.
Seven Thesis films by students in the MFA Documentary Film and Video Program.
Q&A and reception to follow.
IN SCREENING ORDER:
by Yael Bridge - 16 min.
What do snake hunters, Ponce de Leon and a marine biologist have in common?
by Helen Hood Scheer - 18 min.
In a remote Colorado outpost, a pharmacist beloved by the community navigates a profound divide between his public persona and his private life.
by Abhi Singh - 18 min.
Bhiwani Junction is a portrait of Himanshu, a 12-year-old boy, who aspires to win an Olympic boxing medal and trains at India’s leading grassroots boxing gym, the Bhiwani Boxing Club.
by Sarah Berkovich - 10 min.
Perl and Dalia, members of a Chassidic rock band that only plays for women, bridge the gap between keeping their faith and following their dreams.
by Seamus Harte - 16 min.
Realizing life is in their hands, a young couple sets out to design a balanced relationship in the digital age.
by Leslie Tai - 24 min.
Fenfen’s private life has now gone public. Why do we watch Fenfen and who is watching us?
by J. Christian Jensen - 20 min.
A winter portrait of North Dakota’s oil boom as seen through unexpected eyes.