Work by MDIA professors (Williams, Antonuccio and Bowditch) and MDIA students (see below) screens at the Seattle Transmedia and Independent Film Festival July 29-31.
Excerpts from the Compass article:
After spending nearly a year shooting and editing a 360-degree narrative video, MDIA faculty and students are celebrating the acceptance of their work into three film festivals and its upcoming screenings at venues spanning four continents.
The 360-degree narrative story debuted at the Georgetown University Film Festival in April in the event’s first-ever virtual reality exhibition. “Re: Disappearing” was one of only five 360-degree films selected for the festival, which is dedicated to showcasing excellence in short form cinema amongst student and emerging professional filmmakers.
“Re: Disappearing” is also going international, having been one of 148 short and long films accepted into the Underground FilmFest. Showcasing independent films and filmmakers from around the world, the Underground FilmFest kicks off this month in Munich, Germany, and runs through next spring at venues in the U.K., Vietnam, the Republic of Cameroon, Thailand and the United States.
MDIA students involved:
Cast Jakob Bottoms - Bone Andrea Swart - SamanthaKlayton Figgins - TarheadCrewTaylor Rohrig - Lead Editor Madison Ball - Location Scout Tyler Blust & Abigail Doyle - 360 Camera Alan Bostelman & Michael France - 360 Audio Recording Tyler Blust - Title Sequence