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Seventh Annual Student Film and Video Showcase A Success!

Written by Chelsea Theis '08

PreVues 7 flier

The seventh annual student video and film showcase put on by the Roy H. Park School of Communications was held in downtown Ithaca at Cinemapolis on Wednesday, September 19th. PreVues 7 highlighted the best student work from the 2005-2006 academic year. Nine films and videos were selected from hundreds produced by students at the Park School. 

Selections shown were made by both current and and, now, former students. They included: Illustrations from the Instructions for Neo-Traditional Children's Book Drawing by Sujin Kim '09; Muckraker by Jeremy Levine '06; Fairy Use by Dave Moore '06 and Jeremy Levine '06; Part 3: On the Geological Succession of Organic Beings by Rory Brosius '06; Everything: Part 37 by Richard Porten '06; Everything in Its Right Place by Mira Nikolova '07; Jolly Black Slaves by Jeremy Levine '06; Robert by Jenn Sosinski '06; and Brathair by Meagen Minnaugh '06. The student films were nominated by faculty. A juried panel selects the winners, often with help from alumni jurors. 

The gala, which lasted about two hours, was followed by a reception at Juna's Cafe. It was free and open to the public and attendance was "strong," a Cinemapolis employee said. The Park school used to sponsor the screening of work in Los Angeles, but in order to meet the goals for a grand celebration of the "best of the best" student film and video work, it was moved to Ithaca in 2005. 

Each year the selected pieces are used for a compilation DVD. Funding for PreVues is made possible by the James B. Pendleton program endowment. 




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