18th Annual Harvest of Arts Film Festival
- Friday, Oct. 2, 2009, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
- The Granada, 1020 Mass., Lawrence
- Cost: Free
- Age limit: All ages
The 18th Annual Harvest of Arts Film Festival is a two hour, non-competitive feast of films by area filmmakers that is free and open to the public.
The festival will include a diverse collection of films of all makes and sizes: experimental, music videos, narratives, documentaries, etc. All presented free for your enjoyment in the spirit of the sharing of artistic endeavors.
More info at harvestofarts.org
This year's Harvest of Arts Film Festival will, among others, include:
"Mrs. Brummett's Garden" – a narrative film by Patrick Rea of SENO Reality
"Odd Man Out" – a dance choreographed by KU professor Michelle Heffner-Hayes with music by Steve Dahlberg and videography by Jim Jewell
"Shelter" – a drama by KU film student Jordan Krause
"Rhubarb Pie" – a film by UMKC Filmmaker/Professor Mitch Brian
"Candy" – a film by Misti Boland of Lawrence's Through A Glass Productions
"The Wonderful Way-Ahead Machine" – by KC filmmaker Todd Norris
Jenny's Dreamland" – by KU Film graduate student Juli Pitzer
"The Anthem" a music video project by KU's Duke TIP program produced by Michael Graves
and trailers for two upcoming feature films . . .
PWN3D by festival favorite KU alum Franco Leng
Redman by Nathaniel Paull