Thursday – Saturday, March 3-5, 2011
This year’s event was a huge success with record crowds and an exciting line up of feature films, engaging shorts, and even a mini horror fest on Friday night. Two interactive workshops available on Saturday afternoon:
1:00 – 2:30 PM
New Digital Cinema Tools for the Independent Filmmaker
3:00 – 5:00 PM
Animation: The Making of “My Dog Tulip” and Producing i-Films
for the e-Reader
The Media Film Festival is three nights of original film, two interactive workshops, and a special night of Horror Films, and much more!
Don’t miss these exciting features:
- Good Day Philadelphia’s Sue Serio, a Media resident, will host Friday night’s events.
- WMGK- FM’s Debbi Calton, also of Media, hosts Saturday night’s events.
- Two educational workshops Saturday March 5th are open to the public at a cost of $10: 12:30 – 2:00PM New Digital Cinema Tools for the Independent Filmmaker with Tim Scepansky, filmmaker, producer and Senior Lecturer at Widener University; 3:00 – 5:00PM Acclaimed animators of the award-winning “My Dog Tulip”, Paul and Sandra Fierlinger share secrets of their craft and discuss their newest animated I-film project designed especially for the e-Reader.
- Late Night Horror Fest on Friday March 4.
Below are the scheduled screenings for the 2011 Media Film Festival.
Thursday Night – March 3, 2011 7:00 PM
- Minus One
- No Footing
Friday Night – March 4, 2011 7:00 PM
- A Turn of the Blinds
- Soup Toujours
- Asphalt Heart
- The Shift
- Bazaar of All Nations
Late Night Horror Fest – Friday Night, March 4, 2011 10:30 PM
- He Dies at the End
- The Devil in the Woods
- Mary’s Laughter
- Hungry Hickory
Saturday Night – March 5, 2011 7:00 PM
- The Mushroom Sessions
- A Day at the Beach
- Mr. Pleasant
- Uncertain Harvest
- Niger ’66: A Peace Corps Diary
Awards Ceremony – Saturday after the event, followed by an afterparty at La Belle Epoque Cafe, 38 West State Street, Media
Additionally, there will be two Saturday workshops:
- Animation: The Making of “My Dog Tulip” and Producing i-Films for the e-Reader – a workshop by Paul and Sandra Fierlinger, acclaimed animators of the feature film “My Dog Tulip”
- New Digital Cinema Tools for the Independent Filmmaker, by Tim Scepansky a filmmaker, producer and Senior Lecturer at Widener University