Focus Locus Local Filmmaker Showcase presents: "Works in Progress" - A Series of Short Films by Melissa McClung

Signature Sounds Presents & NCTV Present

Focus Locus Local Filmmaker Showcase presents: "Works in Progress" - A Series of Short Films by Melissa McClung

Wed · February 6, 2019

Doors: 6:45 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Parlor Room

Free

This event is all ages

FOCUS LOCUS
FOCUS LOCUS
Focus Locus Local Filmmaker Showcase presents:
"Works in Progress" - A Series of Short Films by Melissa McClung

Q&A with the filmmaker to follow the films

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MELISSA McCLUNG is a filmmaker based in Hadley, MA. Melissa's shorts and music videos have won both local and national awards, and have been featured on Masslive.com, GroundSounds and AustinTV, among others. Her doc Louie's Antiques screened locally at the Northampton Film Festival and Live Art Magazine, and it will be preserved in Historic Northampton's permanent archive. In addition to making her own work, Melissa teaches film at Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter School, makes original video content for Amherst Cinema and Ghost Hit Recording, and serves on the board of Northampton Community Television. Melissa received her MFA in Film from Vermont College of Fine Arts, where she was advised by filmmakers Nina Davenport, Josephine Decker and Laura Colella. See some of Melissa's work at melissamcclung.com.

FILMS:

Morning Routine (3 min.)
Collaboration with Michelle Huber.

Untitled Dance Film (4 min.)
Collaboration with Michelle Huber.

Louie's Antiques (8 min.)
In Louie’s shop, antique objects get a second life– and come to life.
Featuring Louis Farrick.

MFA Thesis (13 min.)
As an asteroid hurdles towards Earth, people spend their last days in unusual and entwined ways.
Starring Lucia Dingo-Early & Louis Farrick.



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FOCUS LOCUS - Free monthly intimate film screenings of locally produced art, independent works, discussions among filmmakers and aficionados, video open mics and community building. A new project of Northampton Community Television.

Want to show some work at a Focus Locus?
Contact coordinator Melissa McClung at melissa.e.mcclung@gmail.com.

FREE
BYOB
Venue Information:
The Parlor Room
32 Masonic Street
Northampton, MA, 01060