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Posted by Shea Lynch at 2:51PM   |  1 comment
Upstate Filmmakers Showcase Becky Lane
Blog posting written by Shea Lynch, Documentary Production '13, FLEFF Blogger, Glens Falls, New York
 
The long awaited Upstate Filmmakers Showcase will be Sunday, March 3, 4 p.m. Cinemapolis
 
Below are the films and filmmakers that will be showcased:
 

MY MIND 4:20. Animation 2011

Written and directed by Jason A. Harrington
Beautiful, hand-drawn animation follows the journey of a butterfly girl born from the imagination. As she transcends the confines of the mundane and dances upon the clouds, we are reminded of the joy of our own creativity and the power of our minds.

 

ARMOIRE (IN 4 PARTS) 9:05 min. color, stereo, 2007-11

Directed by Vincent Grenier
Much of what follows Prologue is inspired by it. "The aviary in the mirror, in-flight hide-and-seek, mischief on the wing." – Mark McElhatten, Rotterdam Film Festival

 

ONE ART 3.5 min. HD 2011

Directed by John D. Scott
A visual and aural interpretation of one of Elizabeth Bishop's most loved poems of the same name.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAiik7SKXX8

 

NOTES ON LIBERTY 8 min. 16MM/Animation. 2011

Director: John D. Scott
Believing that he is only on a trip to New York City to see the Statue of Liberty for his fifth birthday, Samuel Scott becomes instead a foil for his parents to create Notes on Liberty. On its surface, the movie plays like a portrait of the boy's zeal for the statue. Yet Notes signals the difference between the ideals of the statue with the culture of fear and cynicism that still exists in post-9/11 America.
https://vimeo.com/13117766

 

TREE WITH THE LIGHTS IN IT 5:30 Animation 2007

Written and directed by Jason A. Harrington
“When the doctor took her bandages off and led her into the garden, the girl who was no longer blind saw the tree with the lights in it.” Inspired by this quote from Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek this short animation explores the vision of a young girl discovering the world for the first time through her eyes.

 

THE HALF-CENTURY SONG 11 min. HD 2012

Directed by Arturo Sinclair
Since the Independence war and throughout the Mexican revolution, itinerant musicians have been a long tradition in Mexico's history.Their songs reveal Mexico's cultural identity, depicting stories of war and romance, of endurance and corruption, of tenderness and loss.

 

THE FINGER LAKES UNCORKED! episodes 15 min. HD 

Produced by Park Productions Ithaca College
FINGER LAKES UNCORKED! follows the adventures of fictional character Craig Vinholtz, a magician and wine enthusiast living in the Finger Lakes region of New York. The series showcases popular destinations including the Corning Museum of Glass, the Museum of the Earth, and wineries and restaurants in the region.
Episodes 1-3
http://www.parkproductions.org/uncorked/

 

"Happy Hour" with music by Mary Lorson 4:38 min. HD 2012

Directed by Becky Lane
Music video for Mary Lorson’s song Oh Regret set in the world of "The Chanticleer" web series. 

 

Hens and Chicks 15 min.

Directed by Becky Lane


What are you most excited to see?


1 Comment

I'm excited for Jason Harrington's animation! They sound like really interesting pieces!



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