The Media School and its Center for Documentary Research and Practice are co-sponsoring the third annual In Light Film Festival April 7-9 at IU Cinema and other locations.
New this year is a master class on documentary filmmaking. It will be facilitated by directors Johanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-LaValle from Ovarian Psycos, as well as director Matthias Kossmehl and film editor Andreas Nicolai from Cafe Waldluft. The workshop will cover in detail the processes and challenges of a documentary film project from conception to release. Register online for the free master class.
The festival also will include a roundtable discussion and six film screenings with six guests who will discuss contemporary global human rights issues.
The events are free, but the screenings are ticketed.
The festival aims to bring international human rights and ethnographic documentary films to the area to show how documentaries can be good teaching aids and propagators of public debate.
Here’s the schedule:
3 p.m. Walls/Muros: Alvaro Enciso, subject of the film, Wylie 005.
5 p.m. Café Waldluft: director Matthias Kossmehl and editor Andreas Nicolai, Wylie 005.
7 p.m. Roundtable “Screening the Refugee Crisis” with CDRP director Josh Malitsky (moderator), Wylie 005.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Master Class on Documentary Film in Wylie 005.
- 9 to 10:50 a.m. Part I with directors Johanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-Lavelle, Ovarian Psycos
- 11:10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Part II with director Matthias Kossmehl and film editor Andreas Nicolai, Café Waldluft
6:30 p.m. Do Not Resist with producer Laura Hatrick, IU Cinema
9:30 p.m. Oriented, IU Cinema