TRUTH BE TOLD: 2014 DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

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Three evenings of original doc shorts
May 27 – 29 at 7 pm
The Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street 
School of Media Studies
The New School

The Graduate Certificate in Documentary Studies is proud to present its eighth annual festival of original short films made by the students in the class of 2014. Each work is the result of a year of intensive study in documentary production, history and theory by students from around the world, including Denmark, Iran, India, France, Colombia, Australia and the United States. Screenings will be followed by a faculty-led Q & A with the filmmakers.  A reception takes place after the Tuesday night program.

Tuesday, May 27 – Hosted by Deanna Kamiel, program director
Hang Up, Hugo Massa
Red Hook, Mikkel Moller Jorgensen
In Search of Tibet, Smrithi Sundaresan
The Times, Sarah Secunda
Ask Me Why, Andreas Grynderup

Wednesday, May 28 – Hosted by Deirdre Boyle
Love at Dawn, Shirin Barghi
Love You Madly, Amy Shand
The Chronicles of Chicava, Arati Menon Carroll
Forage, Tim Ballard
Staging Realities, Daniela Valero

Thursday, May 29 – Hosted by Rafael Parra
For The Love of Tap, Tefe Del Rosario-Bell
The Curator, Tara Kutz
Impossible Bodies, Lani Rodriguez
Reconnect, Max VanHorn
Equipo Humilde (The Humble Team), Maira Nolasco

You can also visit the Facebook page for the event here:
www.facebook.com/events/571772989587675
Presented by the Graduate Certificate in Documentary Studies
School of Media Studies
The New School 
The Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street

ADMISSION IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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