Nextwave Shorts Program + Panel

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Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 4 Sat, Apr 13, 2019 2:30 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:FREE EVENT
Film Info
Programs:Nextwave
Shorts
Runtime:42 min
Cast/Crew
Director:Various

Description

Post-Screening Panel Discussion

FREE EVENT. Ticket reservation required online, or through the MSPIFF Box Office.

The Youth Film Competition is a program of short films that have been submitted to the Festival by a diverse group of young filmmakers from around the globe. The 8 films competing in this year’s competition, all made by filmmakers ages 11 to 18, were chosen from a pool of over 500 submissions by our Competition Selection Committee made up of members of the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s Teen Art Team. Nextwave finalist films are reviewed by the Youth Jury (Ages 15-18) who select two projects to receive the Youth Jury Award and Excellence in Youth Filmmaking Award, respectively.

Film Lineup

Gossamer
2 min | Jeanette Fantone

Questionable
10 min | Chelsea Eisen

Meeting At Half-Past Five
4 min | Daria Litvichenko

My Black Is
6 min | Mogie; Valdez and Eunice Beato

Doubts
5 min | Doubt Team

How To: Be a Man
7 min | Ella Friedman

This is Not a PSA
3 min | Delana Lewis

Dear America
4 min | Molly Smith

International Youth Silent Film Festival:

MSP Film Society is proud to announce an upcoming collaboration with the International Youth Silent Film Festival (IYSFF) to hit screens in 2020. To learn more about IYSFF, please visit makesilentfilm.com

IYSFF Introduction: “Let's Make This"

2018 Global Award Winner "I'm a Sucker for You"
Kai Tomizawa

Screening followed by Youth Film Competition Discussion Panel
Runtime: 41 min

SELECTION COMMITTEE:

Dani Bonifaz
Birdy Xiong
Tess Keller
Marco Hunt
Zero Everhart
Sam Harris
Dale Angulo-Umana
Suhani Garg
Mia Romsaas
Om Harris

MIA ART TEAM LEAD:

Crystal Price
Angela Olson

YOUTH JURY MENTOR:

Luke Kamsin

CONTENT ADVISORY:

The youth directors of these films explore some intense content including violence, discrimination and sensitive themes.


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