Kids who participated this summer in Pan Left's Youth Media Camp will show their work tonight at the Screening Room, 127 E. Congress, 7 p.m. It's free, you get a chance to see a range of genres, from documentary to horror, music video and animation, and experimental science fiction.
According to Pan Left, the camp was made possible with funding from the Kresge Tucson Initiative/Tucson Pima Arts Council and the Every Voice in Action Foundation; and was sponsored by the School of Theater, Film and Television at the University of Arizona and the Pima County Public Library.
What you'll see:
Attack of the Invisible Zombies, Conlan Davey
In this comedy, a group of people are only trying to survive the invisible zombie apocalypse when they start to go crazy.
Summer Skin, Fiona Davey
A summer romance fades as the seasons change in this music video.
The Wecycling Wabbit, Brittany Hong and Susan Hong
The humorous and clever Bugs Bunny strikes again with his unknown knowledge of recycling. Elmer Fudds helps him out.
I Forgot to Pay My Electric Bill, Marus Eldon
A botched experiment wreaks havoc on planet Earth. What happens next will put your lights out.
Media Camp Documented, Thomas Martinez
A look at the Pan Left summer media camp by one of its participants.
Mark of the Werewolf, Zar Arias
Tim is cursed to become a werewolf...and by mistaken identity.
Parkour/Freerunning, Jackson Veneklasen
A documentary on the art of Parkour/Freerunning.
The Necklace, Esperance Karumege
A dramatic tale of a broken family and a secret held for 15 years.
Usikate Tamaa = Never Give Up, Devine Karumege
The story of the Karumege family who came from the Congo as refugees.
Need more info? Call 792-9171 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.