The Program in Visual Arts presents a screening of new short films created by seniors Lydia Cornett, Cameron Johanning, Gerson Leiva, Charlotte Maher Levy and Grayson Shepperd on Saturday, May 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the James M. Stewart ’32 Theater at 185 Nassau Street. Free and open to the public.
by CAMERON JOHANNING, 32 min.
Daniel, a college student, unwittingly becomes a stalker in this immersive and disturbing journey featuring animation and live-action.
Scratching the Surface
by GERSON LEIVA, 21 min.
A documentary about the importance of graffiti in international and urban culture, with a focus in Berlin and Trenton, New Jersey.
by LYDIA CORNETT, 20 min.
A portrait of a family’s efforts to communicate with their 5-year-old deaf daughter, Ashlyn, in the midst of a continuous medical battle.
Rip the Dream
by GRAYSON SHEPPERD
An animated film that tells the story of Reese, a girl who finds herself alone in a wide, strange universe. As she drifts through dream-space she encounters a mysterious boy who dredges up the darkness in her past.
by CHARLOTTE MAHER LEVY, 13 min.
“Wait” follows conservative Christian YouTube “vloggers” Justin and Kailey. Their YouTube channel, “Love Will Wait,” preaches “Christian” dating values, including premarital abstinence. On the first night of their honeymoon, Simone, an escort hired by another couple at the resort, mistakes Justin and Kailey for the couple that hired her.