‘Shift’ wins Best Film for 2nd time
“Shift,” a graduate student film project, won Best Film at the Feedback Film Festival in Los Angeles.
Kasey Poracky, BA’10, MS’19, directed the film. The work was created in collaboration with ballet students from the Jacobs School of Music. It features 14 ballet dancers, including two feature performers, Julia Fleming and Julian Goodwin-Ferris.
“Shift” also won Best Film at the the Cinema Academy’s Montage Film Fest last year.
Media School senior lecturers Craig Erpelding and Susanne Schwibs, and Department of Gender Studies clinical lecturer Jennifer Maher were Poracky’s faculty advisors on the project.
Poracky is now an adjunct instructor in The Media School.