Encore Screening of Community Stories Student Showcase (IE1-2130)'

Jan 12, 2017 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EST

Takoma Park Community Center Auditorium

7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912, United States

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Single Ticket to Student Showcase in Takoma Park (IE1-2130)
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Event Description

Did you miss seeing our student showcase in November at the Community Stories Festival at the AFI Silver? You have another opportunity since we will be showing the films again in Takoma Park. All these films are produced by adults and youth who have participated in our classes and camps for first-time documentary filmmakers. 


A Plot of Their Own (Fenton Street Community Garden)
by Jazmin Chapman, Will Gorman, Sten Greifer, and Josh Holland 

What's Ellsworth Worth? (Ellsworth Dog Park)
by Booker McCann, Aidan McKenna and Ki Williams

Highwood Theatre
by Joy Anderson, Ben Bradshaw, Malachi Dinkin and Camilo Montoya

The Record Exchange
by Lourdes Fitzgerald, Lavila Jackson and Dylan Powers

The Makers (Catylator Maker Space)
by Oscar Matatquin, Dan Samels​, and Katharina von Muenster 

Brava (Senior Source)
by Alua Kennedy and Katherine Cerrone

Direct My Hands (Claudette's Braiding)
by Katherine Cross, Robin Golden, and Rachael Munkacsi

Casa de Botas (El Alazan Western Wear)
by Brenda Foust, Nan Janney, and Asha-Lateef Williams

Kids Roar! (The Kid Museum)
by Andrea Passafiume, Ruth Secular, and Heather Taylor

Ludwick's House of Violin
by Heather Sell and Ron Sanchez

Pecha Kucha Nights (Pecha Kucha Silver Spring)
by Laura Teeler and Erica Kelly

The Nat Turner Band & The (R)evolution of Music
by Farran Burrell and David Lowenthal

The Tastee Beats the Wrecking Ball
by Gary Goodwin and Arianna Drumond


Docs In Progress is all about building community through documentary film, but we are proud to be based in the vibrant, diverse, and historic communities of Silver Spring, Montgomery County, and the broader Washington DC Metropolitan Area. When we teach documentary production to adults and youth in the area, we have them focus on stories drawn from our local community. What you will see tonight are the results of those efforts. While many of tonight's films are the first films ever made by the filmmakers, we couldn't be prouder of their work. We hope you will enjoy!

Tickets are FREE thanks to the support of the City of Takoma Park, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Maryland Film Office, the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the Takoma Foundation, and people like you.

Takoma Park Community Center Auditorium
7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912, United States
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