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Student project from autumn 2014 C LIT 302 Eco-Cinema course to play at NFTTY! 

Submitted by Yuko Mera on April 21, 2015 - 9:38am

"Critical Mass," a 20 minute documentary by two UW students about Washington's Hanford Site, has been accepted to NFTTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth)!  This short film was scripted, shot, directed and edited by Chris Bunker and Zach Gaston as their final project for  Jennifer Bean's C LIT 302 "Eco-Cinema: Documenting Modern Culture" class, in the CInema and Media Studies Program.  

"Critical Mass" will screen at SIFF-Uptown this Sunday, April 26, at noon as part of the "Northwest Life" program.

Link to the Northwest Life program and line-up of films available at:: http://www.nffty.org/event/northwest-life-2?back=6614 i i[www.nffty.org]

 

 

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