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Thomas Edison Film Festival at UWO Fond du Lac Campus
April 28 @ 12:40 pm - 1:40 pm
The Thomas Edison Film Festival’s 41st annual festival tour, returns. The films will be shown in the UC-113/114 rooms of the FDL Campus, 400 University Drive and are sponsored by the Fine Arts and Lectures Committee. This is a free event and open to the community.
The program features a selection of all genres including animation, documentary, experimental, narrative and screen dance shorts from the TEFF 2022 touring collection. Films to be presented include, Timeline – Experimental – by Osbert Parker, London, England, UK; Generation 328 – Documentary – by Veranika Nikanava, Belarus and NY, NY, US; A Hand to Hold – Animation – by Stacey Davis and Ali Clark, Homewood, AL, US; My Brother is Deaf – Documentary – by Peter Hoffman Kimball, Bethesda, MD, US; Hedy – Narrative – by Andy B. Clarke, Greystones, Wicklow, Ireland, UK; Gruf and Me – Animation – by Dovi Keich, Tel Aviv, Israel; “enough” – Experimental – by Caleb Slain, Shoreline, WA, US; Hello Sunshine – Documentary – by Joe Quint, Brooklyn, NY, US; My Parent, Neal – Animated Documentary – by Hannah Saidiner, San Fernando, CA, US; Rube G. – Screen Dance – by Jody Oberfelder, NY, NY, US; Whisper, Rustle – Animation – by Maureen Zent, Atlanta, Georgia, US; and Ten Degrees of Strange – Animation – by Lynn Tomlinson, Owings Mills, MD, US.
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