Emerson College will host the finale of the 31st Black Maria Film Festival, which will feature works by three Visual and Media Arts faculty, on Thursday, November 8, at 8:00 pm in the Bright Family Screening Room.
Hi Neighbor by Associate Professor Claire Andrade-Watkins, Footprints in the Snow by Assistant Professor Paul Turano, and Undergrowth by Associate Professor Robert Todd are among the films that will be screened during the festival. In addition to Emerson’s faculty members, three Boston-area filmmakers, including notable animation artist Karen Aqua, will also be featured.
The film and video selections for the finale program were selected from the festival’s tour collection of 70 works. The evening’s program will be introduced by the festival’s director and founder, John Columbus.
The Black Maria Film Festival is committed to the support and presentation of exploratory short works. It is a juried international festival offering works from across the United States and abroad. Additional information about the festival can be found at blackmariafilmfestival.org.