I have received a partial scholarship to attend the 2013 Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria. There I will be engaged in a praxis-oriented workshop on using and designing games for Digital Humanities courses.
Come check out Hazzard at the 39th annual Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival in Portland, Oregon running November 9th through 18th.
My paper, “All Hail the Chief!: Adolescent Masculinity in Reaganite Teen Films,” has been accepted to the 2013 Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference in Washington D.C.
On Wednesday October 10th at 7:30pm in the Shoreline Community College theater (1600 building) Hazzard will be screening as a part of the Shoreline Community …
I am happy to announce that Hazzard will be playing at the Mt. Hood Independent Film Festival in Hood River, Oregon on Saturday October 27th …
Here are some of the screening times for Hazzard coming up in October.
Looks like Hazzard has some legs! Just heard that it has been accepted and will be screening at the 15th annual Local Sightings Film Festival …
In May I returned to The Evergreen State College for its 40th anniversary celebrations. Evergreen is where I received my bachelors in liberal arts, and, also, where I first started my formal study of media.
My latest short documentary, Hazzard, will be premiering at the Tacoma Film Festival in early October.
Here is a little about the doc:
In early 1900s Seattle Dr. Lina Hazzard believed that fasting was the cure for any all maladies, and watched as over 40 of her patients withered into death’s embrace.
Sometimes truth is crazier than fiction and this is definitely one of those times.