This week, five Stephens College professors and Citizen Jane Film Festival (CJFF) staff are attending the 2018 University Film and Video Association (UFVA) Conference, held at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, N.M.
The colleagues co-presented a workshop, titled “Engaging Academia, Activists and Filmmakers: The Citizen Jane Film Festival,” and Dr. Ann Breidenbach also presented her paper about Citizen Jane, activism and women’s film festivals.
CJFF, an award-winning annual film festival, celebrates “independent film by independent women.” The 2018 festival will be held Nov. 1-4. Learn more.
UFVA is a U.S.-based organization with an international membership.
Pictured above (L-to-R): Steph Borklund, Assistant Professor of Digital Filmmaking; Kerri Yost, Associate Professor of Digital Filmmaking and CJFF Co-founder; Donna Kozloskie, CJFF Director of Programming; Barbie Banks, CJFF Executive Director; and Dr. Ann Breidenbach, Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing.
Tags : Faculty Excellence, School of Creative & Performing Arts, English/Creative Writing, Digital Filmmaking
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