Netherlands Meets New York screening

Poster for the eventScreening I: Thurs, Feb. 23rd at 6:30PM
Screening II: Thurs, Mar. 2nd at 6:30PM
Lang Hall 4th Floor
Free and open to the public.

Background: Twenty students from the Netherlands hone their skills in media arts during a 14-day program at Hunter College, sponsored by the Department of Film and Media Studies. They produce documentary shorts or video news stories that will be screened along with student work from the Hunter College Department of Film and Media Studies and the IMA/MFA Integrated Media Arts Program. The students are led by John Driedonks, and Hunter graduate Brian Maston, who earned a Hunter BA in Film (2003) and now teaches as a senior lecturer in Film and Media Studies at the Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Sciences.

Screening Schedule:

An Ode to Dolomitenblick – 1:51 min.
By Fleur Born & Layla Bil

a winter meditation – 3:05 min.
By Zoya Baker

S.N.A.I.L. – 1:46 min.
By Fatima Warsame

Coppersky – 4:00 min.
By Hein van den Bogaert

Democratic Phone Bank – 4:00 min.
By Ana Marie Rico

Multicellualrity – 2:38 min.
By Zoya Baker

Convent – 2:18 min.
By Els Anker

May 22, 2012 – 3:54 min.
By Samantha Farinella

VISA – 11:33 min
By Edel Garstad


STOP – 1:27 min.
By Job van Ginkel &
Jasmijn Verhulst

Uptown Art – 10:54 min.
By Ciara Rodriguez &
Gabriella Paulino

VLA-DIMIR – 2:47 min.
By Bob Brinkman &
Dionne Marcella

Hindrik Wiekens,
Communist Resistance
Fighter in Gronigen – 4:00 min.
By Iris Verhoeven

Burden – 3:07 min.
By Jasper Kars &
Gernt Doelman

Lullaby – 14:23 min.
By Joaquin Palma

For further information contact David Pavlosky, Program Coordinator, at