Curating the In Time Film Festival

Please join us on April 28, 2017 for the exciting premiere debut of the In Time Film Festival. A showcase of experimentation in moving image and audio based mediums. Placing a spotlight on avant-garde, art-house, independent and no/low budget student filmmaking that goes beyond expectations and genres. Student run, the In Time Film Festival is aiming to bring together the work and talent of the School of Visuals Arts’ MFA Photography, Video and New Media, MFA Art Practice and MFA Fine Arts programs. The program is open to the public and filmmakers are encouraged to invite friends and family to come to the night’s showings

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At about midnight last Thursday, I got off the #1 bus in the Outer Richmond and noticed something was ... off. The fog seemed ominously dark above me, but Geary was lit up as normal. Turning towards my house, I realized that a power outage had caused a blackout from 32nd to 44th, between Balboa and Geary Ave. The fog was so thick that it made the darkness seem to reach out for me on the eerie walk towards my house. 

It was as if a dome had been placed over the Outer Richmond. No candles, no flashlights, no noise, not much of anything except faint glow of the city against the fog, and eventually, the isolated beams of the emergency crews. I grabbed a thicker coat and my camera in an attempt to document such a rare, unsettling evening...."

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