Thursday, May 10, 2018
11:00 PM
Princeton Garden Theatre
FREE & open to the public

Monday, May 7, 2018
7:30 PM
Frist Theatre, Frist Campus Center
FREE & open to public

The Program in Visual Arts presents two screenings of new films by junior David Lopera and seniors Pat Rooney and Mariah Wilson.

Both screenings are free and open to the public.


About the films

fish on chopping block

Film still by Pat Rooney

Fishing the Short Run

Fishing the Short Run tells the story of Alaskan homesteaders and Natives who still live off the land by fishing the salmon run. Recent changes have left many asking, “Where’d all the fish go?” and the answer is bigger than they could have imagined.



Film still by Mariah Wilson


Ibeji follows a woman, Zora King, who is forced to reconcile with the memory of her younger sister after the sudden death of her mother as Zora is asked to take care of her mother’s “coping bot,” who resembles her sister in more ways than one. A melancholic drama with a touch of science fiction, Ibeji is at its heart a rumination on grief.




Film still by David Lopera


Perfidia tells the story of a photography project between two friends that takes a wicked turn.

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