MFAEDA Student Joel Wanek Screens Film at Antimater Fest

MFAEDA student Joel Wanek (’13) recently screened his film, “Heart of Durham” at the 15th Antimatter Film Festival in Victoria, BC, an international media art and experimental cinema festival that features screenings, performances, and installations..  The festival also included work by Duke faculty member, Jim Haverkamp, who showed his work “When Walt Whitman Was A Little Girl.” Duke visiting artist Deborah Stratman’s “Village, silenced” was also screened, as was the work of UNC faculty member (and partner of Duke faculty member Bill Brown) Sabine Gruffat.  All in all, a great showing for the Triangle and Duke in particular.

HEART OF DURHAM (2011/13min/video)
Joel Wanek – Director/Cinematographer/Editor

Chance encounters at a bus station in the American South hint at the city’s complex history and help reveal what cannot be seen.

Joel’s film screened on October 17th.  A full lineup of events and films can be found here, and more information on Antimatter may be found here.

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