Pittsburgh Filmmakers Presents: 2016 Intensive Exhibition

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Pittsburgh Filmmakers School of Filmmaking & Photography presents a photography exhibit, Identity: Inner Explorations/Outer Expressions featuring work by students in The Photography Intensive program, as well as a one-night screening of short films completed by students in The Filmmaking Intensive and Video Thesis program.

The event is free and open to the public.

Opening Reception:
Saturday, April 30th, from 7-9 p.m.
Film screening at 8:00pm

The 2016 Photography Intensive exhibition presents the work of five artists, Jesse Clifton, Anna DeLuise, Megan McGinley, MacKenzie Randall and Elizabeth Widder. These artists are exhibiting a few examples from class assignments however the majority of the work comes from individual personal projects created during the second semester.

The students enrolled in the Filmmaking Intensive are Justin Collins, Michael Hawrylak, Devin Luker, Roxane Pearsall, Raquel Petersen and Dena Sutermaster. The class will present their final films, 4 short works of fiction and a commercial for 412FoodRescue. Also screening are two works by recent Video Thesis students Adam Shahen and Jared Richardson.

Identity: Inner Explorations/Outer Expressions will be on view through June 30, 2016.
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By: Pittsburgh Filmmakers

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