All four of the winners of last week’s Tri-Co Film Festival made their films in Visiting Assistant Professor John Muse’s “Film on Photography” course.
The student-produced documentary WAKE had its first public screening in front of a full house in Chase Auditorium on Wednesday night.
The four students participating in Haverford College’s newly launched Interdisciplinary Documentary Media Fellowship have returned from their first trip to the Gulf Coast: a four-day, whirlwind tour from Pensacola, Fla., to New Orleans, La., during which they filmed Assistant Professor of Chemistry Helen White and her two student interns as they collected oil samples.
The animated senior thesis of Jon Appel ’12 and a 10-minute documentary by Carl Sigmond ’13, Gebby Keny ’14 and Vanessa Douglas ’12 about Sigmond’s grandfather, who discovered streptomycin, were the winners at the first ever Tri-Co Film Festival, which was held at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute on May 2.
Sarah Morris ’05 returned to campus for a Haverford House- and CPGC-sponsored screening of her organization’s documentary, Stolen Dreams, about teens tried and sentenced as adults