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Hofstra Film Festival Highlights Best Student Work

The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication will showcase the best undergraduate films of the past two years in its Hofstra Student Film Festival Redux screening on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 7-9 pm, Student Center Theater, North Campus.

“The evening will highlight both the creativity and excellent technical skills of our film students, whether finaal movie posterat an intermediate or advanced level,” said Professor Bill Jennings of the Department of Radio, Television, Film.  “These students have bright futures ahead of them and some of the films showcased have already been accepted to prestigious national and international film festivals. We look forward to seeing their work in the future.”

The 13 student filmmakers and featured films of the evening are:

Intermediate Film:

Holly Fischer’16, Father I Have Sinned

Jonathan Leiner ’18, Between the Lines

Maddie Schmidt’17, Nickel

Daniel Wolff’18, Doghouse


Advanced Film:

Zachary Maller’15, Possessed by Love


Thesis Film:

Scott Aharoni’16, Bardo

Alessandro Girolami’15, Off the Rails

William Meade’16, Family Inc.

Ryan Sarno’16, Repentance

Pat Shay’16, Friend

Rand Smith’15, Between the Fires



Alexis Sansone’16, How the Stars Got in the Sky

Tom Cassese’15, The Wrong Side of the Universe


The screening is free and open to the public.

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