Thursday, January 12, 2017

#PSIFF Student Screening Day 2017

On January 9th, 200 DATA students joined about 700 other PSUSD high school and UC Riverside students at another amazing year of the Palm Springs International Film Society's Student Screening Day. This year students viewed

A Man Called Ove (Available on Netflix)
An irresistible adaptation of Fredrik Backman’s best-seller is a touching, comic crowd-pleaser. Through flashbacks, it chronicles the life and times of a stubborn, short-tempered man with steadfast beliefs, strict routines and the sense that everyone around him is an idiot. Bring tissues.

and The Eagle Huntress
An enchanting and empowering non-fiction film shot and edited with the virtuosity of a big studio feature, Bell’s soaring debut is the story of 13-year-old Aisholpan, destined to teach her clan’s elders that yes, a girl can hunt with a golden eagle just like a boy, only better.

The special treat came from Director Hannes Holm and Cinematographer Göran Hallberg as they shared their filmmaking process and provided motivation for students in the audience. 

Another huge thank you goes out to the Palm Springs International Film Society as well as VAPA Coordinator Louisa Castrodale for making this annual event so special!

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