Columbus Moving Image Art Review 21 Fall 2014 Dec. 5th Friday 8pm

30 11 2014

The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 21st quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday December 5th from 8pm to 9:30pm at the Ohio State University’sKnowlton Hall Theater room 250. CMIAR is a screening event for artist residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists who wanted to create a way for the seventh art of film to return to the presentation medium of the cinema house. CMIAR 21 will be programmed with moving image work from Ohio State University Students, Staff and Alumni, CCAD Students and Faculty, and local Central Ohio filmmakers. Admission is free. Light food and drinks will be provided. CMIAR is sponsored by the OSU Film Studies Program and Nicolettecinemagraphics.
CMIAR 21 Artist: In Screening Order
Artist Monologues – Alonzo Jones
Call Center Terror – Ondo Media Films
Late August – Nigel Coutinho
Hope & Strength: Life After Miscarriages – Eric Homan
Byrd 1933 “Discovery” Expedition Film – Pamela Theodotou
Echoes of Gomer School – Ondo Media Films
The Pigeon Hole – Edward Allerton
Coke, Cream, Americana – Cody Wittekind
Autism Art #2 – Eric Homan
Blackout – Alexis McCrimmon
Saxony – Alexis McCrimmon
I Am New And So Can You – Mary Baxter
The Boogieman Cometh – Mary Baxter
SPECIAL FEATURE – NIGHTMARES BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Slow Ascent – Matt and Nikki Swift
She Devil – Pamela Theodotou
Ebook of the Dead – Preston Hunter
Chuckles in the Dark – Danny Bean
The Banshee – Ondo Media Films

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