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  • Directed by Various
  • United States, 2015, 120 mins.

Join us as we screen and celebrate the work of year’s School of Film Certificate Program graduates and acknowledge the faculty, visiting artists, staff, family and friends who have supported them. The program includes Brian Jepperson’s I Dream Therefore I am, Devin Weller-White’s The Stories They Leave, Zsuzsanna Mangu’s Around the Pole, Dave Hagerty’s Delikun Peep, Conrad Caczor’s We’re From Here and Raj Patel’s Slice of Life. These final projects showcase the skill and voice that each has developed over the years through class assignments, visiting artist sessions, faculty mentorships and extracurricular pursuits. Join us at 6:30 for reception honoring the filmmakers in the Andrée Stevens Room.

Genres: Student

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