A little joy, a little sadness, a little cute- ness, a little melancholy…and a whole lot of dazzling art. Enormous studios and fledgling animators alike push for- ward the boundaries of motion pictures one passion project at a time. We’re pleased to once again o er a chance for this vital work to live on the big screen, in all its lavish detail.
Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5
From Ella Israeli ’17:
“Blood, sweat and tears meet camera and action!”
Come see a selection of student-made short films hosted by the Wesleyan Film Project. There will be snacks, comfortable seating and CINEMA. No tickets needed.
Date: Wednesday, May 6
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Place: Exley 150
A program of experimental films, 1959-1973. Approximately 42 min.
Curated from others’ work by the late Kuchar – an artist known for his earnest embrace of camp and DIY creativity – these six very short films reflect a love of the craft of filmmaking expressed through humorous uses of the medium and viscerally novel, stunning, and lurid imagery.
Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free
From Ariel Jacobson ’15:
This semester, the Sophomore Film Coalition (WESFLIX) will be producing 10 short films that need YOUR pretty little faces. So, if you ever had the dream of being captured by the moving image or if you just wanna help out some awesome aspiring filmmakers come on over and show us whatchya got! NO PREVIOUS ACTING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
For any questions please contact Rizky Rahadianto ’15 at rrahadianto(at)wes.
Date: Today, February 17th
Place: Usdan 136