In conjunction with the Media Studies exhibition running February 3-10, the Program in Visual Arts will present a screening of student films created in Emily Abt’s  fall “Documentary Filmmaking” course. The screening will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the James M. Stewart ’32 Theater located on the first floor of 185 Nassau Street. The exhibition, reception, and screening are all free and open to the public.

The screening will feature three short student documentaries:



When Sakha came to Princeton, she found love.

Director: Imani Ford
Producer: Imani Ford
Co-Cinematographers: Graham Cousins & Imani Ford
Co-Sound Designers: Graham Cousins & Imani Ford
Co-Editors: Graham Cousins & Imani Ford


Less Than

hand with cigarette

A Princeton student returns to campus after experiencing a traumatic event. 

Director: Nick Sexton
Co-Producers: Dan Kang & Nick Sexton
Co-Cinematographers: Dan Kang & Nick Sexton
Co-Editors: Dan Kang & Nick Sexton


Passion with White Chocolate

haitian baker

The love story between a Haitian baker and his craft.

Director: Alexander Fish
Co-Producers: Leila Adu & Alexander Fish
Cinematographer: Alexander Fish
Sound Recordist: Leila Adu
Editor: Leila Adu
Assistant Editor: Chen Xie

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