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Student film screening

05/8/2012

Students in the Connecticut College Film Studies Program will screen their latest projects on Friday, May 11, at 7 p.m. in Room 014 of Olin Science Center. This evening's lineup includes films in a variety of genres, from fiction to documentary and experimental to animation. All will be shown in high definition. "This semester we've got another incredible group of students who have created exciting, dramatic, funny and thought-provoking work," said Ross Morin, assistant professor of film studies. "They've welcomed - and met - the challenge of rising to some very high expectations. We're proud to be screening their work." The student film screening is free and open to the public.



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