Month: October 2017

IMA alumna Samantha Farinella’s films screening at FilmFest 52

hunting_clark_posterIMA alumna Samantha Farinella’s documentary film Hunting in War Time and short film May 22, 2012 will be both screening at FilmFest 52 in Bethel, Connecticut. There will be a pre-screening meet-and-greet with Farinella and a post-screening Q&A. Hunting In War Time also won the 2016 The Aronson Awards – Documentary Feature.

On November 10th,  Hunting in War Time will be screening at Razzo Hall in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Hunting In War Time profiles the incredible stories of Tlingit Native Americans from the village of Hoonah, Alaska who served in the Vietnam War. Their stories confront the complexity of serving a country that systematically oppressed them; from forbidding Tlingit language, to over logging, to laws that robbed returning vets of their ancestral trade of fishing.

May 22, 2012 narrates a daughter reflecting on the day she lost her mother.


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IMA student Megan Rossman’s film screening at NewFest in New York City

IMA student Megan Rossman’s award-winning documentary Love Letter Rescue Squad will be screening at the NewFest: the New York City LGBT Film Festival. The film chronicles the origin of the Lesbian Herstory Archives, the world’s largest collection of materials by and about lesbians and their communities.

NewFest: The NYC LGBT Film Festival
Screening Room at The Center, 208 West 13th Street
Saturday, October, 21 at 12 p.m.

IMA alumna Jing Wang’s films screening at The Graduate Center


IMA alumna Jing Wang’s will be showing a preview for both of her films, Delivering Justice and My Name is Jing, at CUNY’s Graduate Center. After the screening, there will a special talk with her about both films.

Delivering Justice is an upcoming documentary about New York’s food delivery cyclists. My Name is Jing reflects on the crucial elements and social changes in contemporary Chinese society through a family story.





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