The Program in Visual Arts presents a screening of recent films by six senior and junior students in the program. A second screening will be held on May 9 at 10 PM at the Princeton Garden Theatre.
by Rami Farran ’19
After learning he has passed away, Joseph must discover how he died in order to proceed to the afterlife.
by David Lopera ’19
Does knowing what happens in the future affect what you do in the present?
by Amanda Morrison ’19
The day before International Women’s Day in 2015, five feminist activists were detained in Beijing, China after three years of creative and effective street activism. This documentary tells the story of the feminists who pushed back against the patriarchal Chinese regime and found ways to adapt to systematic repression and censorship to continue their fight for women’s rights.
Bes Arnaout ’20
This short reflects on the life and work of a prolific yet often unacknowledged Italian artist Giulia Niccolai (1934-), whose oeuvre includes photography, novels, essays, poetry, literary translation, and Buddhist monasticism.
Seb Benzecry ’20
Based on the short story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper explores themes of patriarchal oppression and undiagnosed depression through the lens of animation. A woman, locked in a small attic room against her will, begins to lose touch with reality as she becomes obsessed with the wallpaper that surrounds her.
Milan Eldridge ’20
When her friend Roo falls ill, Ori must overcome her lackadaisical attitude toward origami in order to bring her back to full health.
CAST: Vivian Ufongene, Favour Oribhabor, Camille Huebner