Breaking News

Photo credit: Everyday Health Photo of Hernandez (dressed in all black) at The Watcha! Film Series in honor of Women’s History Month.
By Roberto Camero III Our Lady of the Lake’s Digital Film I and II students had the opportunity to spotlight their films during the annual student film festival in Thiry Auditorium on Friday. The audience had the opportunity to ask the directors questions after the films had been shown, as well as partake in a meet and greet before the night was over. Senior Mahalaleel Muhammed-Clinton had the opportunity to comment saying, “I hope that our work influences others to pick up a camera and get to work!” Clinton went on to explain that she hopes her work shows the dangers of sexual predators who prey on the weak and that this shines a light on the problem. Junior D’Angelo Wallace hopes that this event not only influences people to take up a challenge, but to also look at those around them, saying, “What I hope people take away from that film festival is a sense of diversity of projects created by the students here. Overall, everyone was exposed to a wide variety of work that was the culmination of years of learning and many months of planning, and I hope in the end, everyone enjoyed themselves.”

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

(Photo Credit: Chloe M. Brown)
There is no ads to display, Please add some

Leave a Reply

Share Article:

%d bloggers like this: