DOC U 2: Student Works Produced by the Documentary Video Class

Friday, June 5, 2009 - 6:00pm

Program Notes: 


Don’t miss this showcase of recent-short works produced by the students in the Documentary Production course. Spanning an impressive array of subjects, from the ideological and tactical role of army combat uniform in the U.S. military and the imminent extinction of the hipster community in Chicago, to counter-cultural movements like the Lolita fashion, Chicago’s own fierce and world-famous Roller Derby women’s league, as well as urban agriculture task forces and the city’s cutting edge music scene. This extraordinary program is a witty and insightful exploration of Chicago’s unique soundscape, unexplored corners, and most colorful characters.

Co-sponsored by Department of Cinema & Media Studies, Center for Gender Studies, Department of Visual Arts