Duke Independent Film Festival (Day 1)
Duke independent Film Festival (DIFF) is Duke’s only annual film festival, entirely organized and populated by Duke students. Come see the best filmmakers and storytellers on Duke’s campus in two separate programs of adventurous and eclectic programming.
[Program Two will be screened on April 13th, 2019.]
35mm Film, Quinten Sansosti
A Love Letter to Heavenly Buffaloes, Ben Saalfeld
Marshmallow Wilderness, Iliana Sun
Forging the Future, James Robinson
The D-Team, Sam Klein
Gran’s Tea, Olivia Hicks
Late Night Library: the sounds of “silence”, Aaron Zhao
The Dankery, Dillon Leovic
Parallel, Emma Bucklan
We See the Change: Louisiana, James Robinson
All Night Longer, Brett Lardaro
Revisited, Youlim Kim
A Tribute, Elizabeth Lee
Man., Olivia Hicks
The Bird Catchers, James Robinson
Killing Time, Sam Klein
Sponsored by the Duke Independent Film Festival (DIFF), the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image (AMI), and the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies (AAHVS).
Screen/Society screenings are free and open to the public.
Parking Info: https://artscenter.duke.edu/parking/