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Film & Video Makers at Cal

Friday, May 9, 2014
7:00 p.m. Works from the Eisner Prize Competition

In Person/Student Filmmakers


The Eisner Prize is the highest award for creativity given on the UC Berkeley campus. This program presents work by the 2014 winners in film and video, Laszlo Bolender and John Scott, along with a diverse sampling of videos from the competition—narratives, documentaries, experimental videos, and animations. A handout with written descriptions by the artists will be available at the screening.

Glass David Mai, 2013, 5 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Where Are We Going? Andrew Roesch-Knapp, 2012, 10 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Calliope Joe Nankin, 2013, 4:45 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

PUSH/FLOW Vincent Drew, 2013, 6:20 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Grand Central Station--November 1973 Kelly Lin, 2013, 5:30 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Delano Nina Dolores Potepan, 2014, 6:26 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Ghosts of the River: Out of the Shadows (excerpt) Leslie Dreyer, 2013, 10 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Women’s Club Jessica Hankey, 2014, 8 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Gardens of Progress Dasha Burns, 2013, 11:35 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Mien Laszlo Bolender, 2014, 3 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

@Berkeley: #MyFirstMOOC John Scott, 2014, 11:50 mins, Color, Digital Video, From the artist

Total running time: 90 mins

• Thanks to Jimmy Ausemus, Eisner prizes and honors coordinator, and Jeffrey Skoller, UC Berkeley faculty coordinator of the film and video competition. This year’s judges were UC Berkeley staff and faculty Mark Berger, Marilyn Fabe, Kathy Geritz, Mira Koppel, and Jeffrey Skoller.