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Spelman College DMIS Ayoka Chenzira

Student Documentary Film Showcase

"Storytelling stands at the center of all cultures. Through stories, we articulate our history, dreams, fears and expectations, as well as our sense of beauty, morality and justice. Whether oral or digital, stories move the work and require us to continually re-evaluate who we are and where we are going." —  Ayoka Chenzira, Ph.D.

The films screened during the Student Documentary Film Showcase are the culminating projects of students who participate in the Digital Moving Image Salon. Their works are the result of a yearlong course where they learn to produce documentaries and various research projects that explore interactive cinema.

“Producing documentary films, particularly those that focus on the lived experiences of women, allows our students to think critically, think visually and to participate in the national and international dialogues that occur around issues of social justice for women and girls,” said  Dr. Chenzira.

DMIS Annual Student Documentary Film Showcase

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

    Location
  • The Camille Olivia Hanks Cosby, Ed.D. Academic Center, Lower Level Room 32
  • Spelman College

Spelman’s Department of Art & Visual Culture presents its Digital Moving Image Salon Annual Student Documentary Film Showcase.

This year’s films and producers are “Out of the Box” by DeShay Kidd; “Godbodies” by Piera Moore, Autumn Harris and DeShay Kidd; “Cascade: The Real Roll Bounce” by Taylor Alexander, Eva Dickerson, Patrisha Hedgemond and Angelica Johnson; "Zones" by Kira Livingston and Autumn Harris; and "2018 Cherry Blossom Festival" by Reina Kaba.

DMIS Student Film Showcase

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Student Films 2016-2017

2016-17 DMIS Student Film Showcase Trailer

"Rooted"

Amber Duncan, Talisha Middleton and Lizette Terry

"Channeling Power"

Annisah Agnew and Kiersten White

"[IN] Sight"

Kashmiere Dotson, Alexis Prince and Imani Ward