Encore Presentation of 909 Film Festival Screening to Take Place on Campus

October 1, 2012 by University of La Verne

What: An encore presentation of the third annual 909 Film Festival, featuring six videos produced by University of La Verne student filmmakers, will be presented on the University of La Verne main campus.

Celebrating the work of filmmakers who live in and/or produce films in the 909 (Inland Empire) area code, all films are under nine minutes and nine seconds long and explore the “local cultural spaces” throughout the community that locals deem to be unique and exemplary of the “classic style and soul” of the “909” area.

The film festival, which was hosted at the University of La Verne last year, will include the following films by the following La Verne students:

“Pomona College Museum of Art” (documentary short)
Anthony Troli, McKinley Pollock, Marianna Pignotti, Chelsea Stark-Jones

“Claremont Folk Music Center” (documentary short) Anthony Troli, McKinley Pollock, Marianna Pignotti, Chelsea Stark-Jones

“Lumberjacked” (humorous documentary short at LA County Fair)
Anthony Troli, McKinley Pollock, Marianna Pignotti, Chelsea Stark-Jones

“Pets Ahoy” (humorous documentary short at LA County Fair)
Kyle Deeey, Marie Tabarez, Kaitlin Hollingsworth

“Beatle Mania” (experimental)
Jeff Clark, Ashley Rozatti, Ariel Devore

“That Was Close” (dramatic/humorous short)
Angelina Aulicino

The six La Verne student videos were produced in three different video production classes in La Verne’s Communications Department.

Admission is free and open to the public.

When: Sunday, October 7, 2012, 5:00 p.m.

Where: Arts and Communications Building (ACB 212) University of La Verne

1950 Third St.
La Verne, CA 91750

Contact: Don Pollock, Professor of Communications, University of La Verne, (909) 593-3511, ext. 4277, dpollock@laverne.edu.

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