Thursday, April 16, at 7PM
Johns Hopkins Film & Media Studies faculty filmmakers John Mann, Matt Porterfield, and Doug Sadler, and artist-animator Karen Yasinsky will screen and discuss their work Thursday, April 16, at 7PM on the Homewood Campus at 3400 N. Charles St. The event is free and open to the public. Reception to follow. For more information and exact location: (410) 516-5048 or http://sites.jhu.edu/film_media.
Documentary and experimental filmmaker John Mann will show Running to Keep from Falling and clips from his other documentaries. Matt Porterfield, writer-director of Hamilton (2006), will share test footage of actors and locations for a new film in development, Metal Gods. Sundance and MFF alum filmmaker Doug Sadler will screen clips of his feature films Riders (2001) and Swimmers (2005). Karen Yasinsky will show two animated shorts I Choose Darkness and Enough to Drive You Mad, both part of her current solo exhibit at Mireille Mosler, Ltd. in New York. The event will include discussion of the process of filmmaking and animation and be followed by a question and answer session.