Encore Screening of Community Stories Festival Shorts Showcase I

Presented by Docs In Progress
Jan 11, 2018 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EST

Takoma Park Community Center Auditorium

7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912, United States

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Single Ticket to Encore Screening of Community Stories Shorts Showcase I
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Event Description

Did you miss seeing our Shorts Showcase I in November at the Community Stories Festival at the AFI Silver? You have another opportunity since we will be showing the films again in Takoma Park. These short documentaries are about people, places, and happenings in from our local community. They include films both by professional filmmakers and by first-time filmmakers in Docs In Progress' adult education video production workshops. Come meet the filmmakers and some of the folks featured in the films.

WHAT'S SCREENING?

The Potter Violin Company
by Zahra Ahmed, Khayla Deans, and Jabir Hassen

The Vinyl Underground (Joe's Record Paradise)
by Ellen Daniels, Monique Isaac, and Priyanka Pardasani

National Museum of Health & Medicine
by Donald Tepper, David Kosterlitz, and Jerry Friedman

Dip n' Rolls
by Xuezheng Wu, Penni Berbert, and Sara Prince

Food and Familia (Crossroads Community Food Network)
by Maggie Switzer, James Modrick, and Michael Rubin

Feeding Hope (Shepherd's Table)
by Jennifer Brown and Wanda Jennifer

The Fabric of America
by Alyssa Berrios, Merry Hailegeorgies, Gabe Hoekman, Verite Igiraneza, Avi Krishan, Sophie Lucarelli, Juliet Marschall
and Juan Ortiz as part of the Gandhi Brigade

Queens in Training 
by Deanna Del Cielo, Anna Molinaro, Linda Cotton, Erik Hollis, Saznin Mehta, Josh Gates, and Daniel Mills as part of The Institute for Documentary Filmmaking, George Washington University

Fade
by Shaun Rosa

Making of the Marvin Gaye Mural - 7th & S St
by Amy Corrine

Creative Feds
by Leon Gerskovic and Erica Ginsberg


 

ABOUT DOCS IN PROGRESS

Docs In Progress is all about building community through documentary film, but we are proud to be based in the vibrant, diverse, and historic communities of Silver Spring, Montgomery County, and the broader Washington DC Metropolitan Area. When we teach documentary production to adults and youth in the area, we have them focus on stories drawn from our local community. What you will see tonight are the results of those efforts. While many of tonight's films are the first films ever made by the filmmakers, we couldn't be prouder of their work. We hope you will enjoy!

Tickets are FREE thanks to the support of the City of Takoma Park, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Maryland Film Office, the Maryland Humanities Council, the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the Takoma Foundation, and people like you.

Location
Takoma Park Community Center Auditorium
7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912, United States
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