Film and animation students, alumni and faculty exhibit work in Minne Mini Film Festival
Film and Animation students, alumni and faculty exhibit work in the Minne Mini Film Festival. The sold-out event will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5 at the Bryant-Lake Bowl & Theatre in uptown Minneapolis.
Short films made by MSUM Film Production alumni include Hipster Zombies created by Matt Eckholm, Welcome to the Future made by Paul Eckhardt, and World’s Best Axe Murderer by Eric W. Carlson.
Film Production alumnus and current Animation major Jes Kalina will screen their animated short, Printer, and alumni Ron Dautel and Chelsea Marquette will screen their animated short, Mystic Eye-Scream. Both of these projects were created in the traditional stop-motion Animation Techniques course at MSUM.
Short films created by current MSUM Film Production students include Puppet by Brady Halverson, as well as Mallory Sandow Son of a Bodybuilder made by Sam LaCasse, Regan Meyer, and Maurice Smith II.
Professor Kyja K-Nelson is screening her new experimental video, Hús, shot in Iceland and North Dakota with generous support from a 19A faculty grant.