Friday, October 20th 7:00pm 5th Avenue Cinema (510 SW Hall St.) Please consider joining me at the 5th Avenue Cinema in Portland for a screening of student films completed in the study away program that I designed and led in Summer 2017, entitled “Cinema in New York City”. During this program, 19 PSU students spent
My short film “Dead Mall” had an active summer, screening at the Hope Film Awards in Las Vegas, the Reel East Film Festival in Camden, and the Neu World Studios International Film Festival in Cedar City, Utah.
My short film “Dead Mall” screened recently in Mexico at the Baja Web Fest and in Egypt at the AM Egypt Film Festival.
MY short “Dead Mall” was programmed recently by the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival, which named it “One of the best experimental films of 2017”.
My experimental short film “Treetops” screened recently at two international film festivals: the Szczecin European Film Festival in Poland and the Festival De Cinema Nador in Morocco. I’m humbled by the embrace of the odd little film by overseas fests recently. It has screened in more than 10 countries around the world so far!
My short film “Treetops” will screen at the Portland Film Festival as part of a showcase of experimental films from the Boathouse Cinema. The festival begins Oct. 30th.
My short dance film “Forest of Sorrows” screened recently at the Southeastern International Film Festival in Nashville and at the International Short Film Festival of Mexico in Mexico City.
I have been invited to screen my recent experimental short films “Treetops” and “Dead Mall” at the Boathouse Microcinema in Portland. I will be present for a Q&A and discussion after the screening. More info can be found here: http://www.boathousemicrocinema.com/
My film “Treetops” has been programmed by the Geo Film Festival and Expocinema in Padova, Italy.
I will give a talk about John Carpenter and his film “Big Trouble in Little China” at the 7:00pm showing of the film on Friday, June 2nd at the 5th Avenue Cinema in Portland. Come check out a cult classic projected on 35mm!