SVA Premieres: Best of 2019 Screening
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As the Friday night screening of After School Special: The 2019 School of Visual Arts Alumni Film & Animation Festival, we are pleased to present SVA Premieres: Best of 2019 — an evening of exceptional live-action, documentary, and animated shorts by School of Visual Arts' most recent graduates from ten different academic departments, including films nominated for Student Academy Awards. Following the event, join the filmmakers and artists in the lobby for drinks and dessert. The SVA Premieres: Best of 2019 screening includes: Ben and Kat…., Nicholas Dimas & Elizabeth Whitfield Beyond the Green Mountain, Medicine Meng Black, Soo Hyun Kim Checkmate, Jaime Pavon Crunch, Liukaidi Lukas Peng/Group of Five Daisy Desire, Léa Sassi A dystopia of a Jungle City…. (excerpt), Carla Maldonado Ecolosion, Hao Yen Chuang Go Through the Dark (excerpt), Yunhong Pu Herpes from the Church Wine, Brian Cosenza Memory Box, Emmy Stork Mt. Sundae, Katharine Kow Murk, Xuchen (Aurora) Wang Papito, Sarika Persaud & Kenneth Rosen Performance Documentation 12-12-18, Grayson Gemmiti Toy, Anthony Kim Why Z? Asher Horowitz Xiang Liu, Zheng Yin The films included in the evening are not rated by the MPAA. Parents are strongly cautioned – some material may be inappropriate for children under 13, and children under the age of 5 may not be admitted.
Venue: SVA Theatre
333 W 23rd St
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