Celebrating its 25th year, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival highlights the works of filmmakers in nonfiction cinema.
In her thesis project, Maleki explores the realities of immigration through liminal spaces drawn from livestream footage and spoken word.
Proof of its artistic strength, the film has won several awards around the country, such as the 2021 Garden State Film Festival “Home Grown Feature,” 2021 Long Island Film Expo for “Best Feature Film” and “Best Actor” and, most recently, the 2022 Nevermore Film Festival “Best Feature Film,” “Best Director,” “Best Editing” and “Best Supporting Actor” for Dustin Fontaine. It is certainly a must-see.
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Working with 41 independent filmmakers across the South, Harris experienced a unique ability of being able to capture the intimacy that is often out of touch in photographing real moments.
Taking the fashion industry by storm, Drew Frank is a first-year who started clothing brand Concrete Hills during his sophomore year of high school with his younger brother, Jamie.
If we could place the 2010s in a lifetime, it is the quintessential middle school period of fashion: confused, vaguely traumatized and all-around disorder.
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