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NSSF: New Short Film Festival

April 27, 2015 
March 30, 2015
February 23, 2015
all at 6 pm Digital Media Commons, Lower Level, Jackson Library

The Digital Media Commons and the Digital ACT Studio are hosting a New Short Film Festival (NSFF) on the last Monday of every month this semester. The events take place on the Lower Level of Jackson Library, and start at 6 p.m. The series is meant to inspire UNCG filmmakers to create, experiment, and make films that capture alternative viewpoints, display moving narratives, and embrace new filmmaking techniques. The gathering is meant to encourage filmmakers and enthusiasts to create experimental films that offer new perspectives, create inventive narratives, and make use of a variety of visual materials.

Part two of the four-part series was hosted by Media Studies Department Professor, Dr. Michael Frierson, on February 23rd.  Frierson screened his own work, along with the work of other students. The next part of the series will occur on March 30, and will feature video art made by Lee Walton, from the Art department. The final event of the series, will take place on April 27th. It will include an open air screen presentation of films selected for the NSFF Competition. There will be celebratory prizes and snacks at all the events.

All events are open to the UNCG community. To be selected for the April film festival event, you must have your entry submitted by March 10th NSFF Competition. For more information, go to:

Post prepared by By Shaquanna Suggs of The Digital ACT Studio