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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Local Shorts Screening At The Rialto Is Another Chance To See Films That Screened At The Atlanta Film Festival this year!

EXPOSURE 2008, a screening that will take place at The Rialto next week, will spotlight a selection of projects by Georgia State University's Department Of Communication alumni, faculty, and students. The student films are finalists selected by faculty and student peers for their annual STUDENT ACADEMY AWARD.

You may recognize alot of these films, as these creative works have screened in international and national festivals, on national television broadcasts, and in museums and galleries, including the Atlanta Film Festival this year, so if you missed them, you have another chance to see them. AND THE SCREENING IS FREE!

The Film Schedule:

7:00 - 9:00 PM

Theme: Personal Constructions
A Convolution of Imagined Histories (9 minutes) Micah Stansell
Bear Woman Transformation (3 minutes) Chanju Lee
Found (10.5 minutes) Sherri Larsen

Theme: Love and Damage
Bent (7 minutes) Suban Dey
Disclosures (23 minutes) Sheldon Schiffer

Theme: Magical Worlds
Troll Picnic (10.5 minutes) Torey Haas
Going to the Beach (15.5 minutes) Elizabeth Strickler
The Adventure (22 minutes) Michael Brune

7:00 - 9:00 PM


Theme: Memories and Passions
Blame Falls (22 minutes) Ly Bolia
Paper, Flowers and Ashes (23 minutes) Melissa Posse
Thirty-three (29 minutes) Parker Davis

Theme: Struggles of Existence
99 to 1: Ovarian Cancer and Me (19 minutes) Phoebe Brown
Weaving Life (30 minutes) Roberto Arevalo

These films represent various genres, approaches, and subjects so there is something for everyone, so come out one or both of these nights to see what has been deemed the best of the best at Georgia State this year! For more info about these screenings, go to

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