On Saturday, Feb. 17, DePaul will host the Big Shoulders International Student Film Festival. Co-sponsored by the Division of Mission and Ministry, the festival is dedicated to presenting the work of innovative student filmmakers from around the world.
Each year, DePaul students actively participate in organizing the festival, selecting the films, and hosting the event. The event is free and open to the university community.
Big Shoulders International Student Film FestivalSaturday, Feb. 17Program one – 12 – 1:30 p.m.Coffee break – 1:30 – 2 p.m.Program two – 2 – 3:30 p.m.Reception to follow
Alaksha | Pushpak Anil Jain (INDIA)
Townies | Sara Payne (USA)
Isolate | Othello Nogueira (BRAZIL)
Rosebud Line | Meg Vatterott (USA)
Phoolpakhru | Nisheeta Keni (INDIA)
Orgasm | Natalia Peralta (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)
Sprawl | Blair Brandon St. George Wright (USA)
Red Line Lounge | Jens Ericson (USA)
Meltemi | Zeta Spyraki (UK/GREECE)
The Shuttle | Lu Han (USA)
Arachnophobia | Kirstin Reppas (SWITZERLAND)
Expiration Date | Shwenn Shunya Chang (USA)
Wo Kshanik Antaral (That Transient Interval) | Parth Saurabh (INDIA)
Hi8 | John Shaw (USA)
There was a place | Irene Garces (SPAIN)
For more information, please contact Anuradha Rana.