No spoilers.. It’s a hella wallop you’ll get from the powerful 112 minute roller coaster of emotional film making made as exquisite an experience as the world deserves in this moment. No topic too tough to muster the spirit and expertise to tackle the bunch of the non-animation live shorts nominated for this years consideration for the Oscar.
The bunch as a single bite seating deliver very right now sentiments. If the tide could turn a tender heart to acknowledge the suffering of the world, the Art of Independent Film brings a vision of bravery. Thank you writer and directors Jaime Donoghue,Patrick Vollrath, Benjamin Cleery with the greater community of creatives rally forth cameras and intent in hand to change the world. Bravo and thank-you one and all. Don’t miss them film art students. I’m recommending a screening of these beautiful little films, exquisitely crafted with strong storytelling.
Not feel good films by a long shot, but well crafted work that will stick around long after the credits roll.
Art Farm Fennville and Ox- Bow make planing for summer in Saugatuck Township an easy conversation for any artists looking to score an amazingly creative experience. The Leroy Neiman Foundation is offering fellowships and opportunities to study this summer at The Art Institute of Chicago creative summer art camp. Details are here.
Art Farm Fennville is seeking a few artist in residence candidates July- September art camp staff we’ll have the offerings here
soon or at the website for Artfarmfennville.com
Santa Cruz based writer Robert Sward shared news the Marsh Theater in San Francisco will debut his poem adapted for the stage: “Gloria, A Monologue” Monday May 9, 2016 brown paper tickets. or at the box office The Marsh Theater 1062 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110