UNCSA films to screen in OUT at the Movies Film Festival on campus
Current student short film "Mundance" and alumni Film "Landlocked" will screen together on Saturday, Sept. 25 at noon in the ACE Exhibition Complex on campus as part of the OUT at the Movies International Film Festival.
Dean of the School of Filmmaking Deborah Lavine and Screenwriting Faculty Chair Ron Stacker Thompson will host a Q & A with the alumni filmmakers from “Landlocked” following the screening.
UNCSA faculty, staff and students are admitted free to all screenings at the OUT at the Movies Film Festival in the ACE Exhibition Complex simply by showing their One Card. All One Card admissions will be held and seated 15 minutes prior to the screening start to allow ticketed guests to be seated first.
All Access Passes to the OUT at the Movies Film Festival are $100. Individual screening sessions are $11.53 each. Visit its website for additional information about other films screening.
“Mundance” is written by Aiden Winter-Deely; directed by Abby Davenport and Aiden Winter-Deely; produced by Nick Bailey; with animation by Aiden Winter-Deely, Abby Davenport, Vi DeLeon, Kasey Lewis and Melissa Rooker; edited by Lauren-Ellen Adair; sound designed by Abby Meaux and music by Tyler Hawes.
"Landlocked" was written by Jonathan Foster (B.F.A. Filmmaking '03) and Tim Hall (B.F.A.
Filmmaking ’'11), from a story by Hall, directed by Hall, produced by Leslie Hall,
Tim Hall, Daniel Hansen (B.F.A. Filmmaking '11), Alexander Sablow (B.F.A. Filmmaking
'09), with cinematography by Sablow, edited by Daniel Hansen and Kevin Tadge (B.F.A.
Filmmaking '09), music by Son of Cloud, costume design by Karen Freed, featuring Dustin
Gooch (B.F.A. Filmmaking '09) in the cast. Purvis Jordan (B.F.A. Filmmaking '09) served
as the executive producer and Tiffany Luard (B.F.A. Filmmaking '08) was an associate
Dustin Gooch, Purvis Jordan, Alex Sablow, Dan Hansen, and Tim Hall will all be in attendance and will participate in the Q & A.
“Landlocked” has previously screened at RiverRun International Film Festival, the Lovers Film Festival in Turin, Italy; the Cuore d’Aria in Bologna; Woods Hole Film Festival, Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival, Macon Film Festival and the Iowa Independent Film Festival.
Later this year, “Landlocked” is scheduled to screen at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival, Cinema Diverse: Palm Springs LGBTQ, Out on Film, the Buffalo International Film Festival, Charlotte Film Festival, BENT, Sacramento LGBTQ and the Mezipatra Film Festival in Prague.
At the Lovers Film Fest, “Landlocked” won the Giò Stajano Award and Best Feature at Iowa Independent. Delia Kropp won the award for Best Actress at Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival.
Contact: Kate Miller
Sept. 17, 2021