Film Schooled: "Caution, May Be Hot"





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Published on Apr 19, 2011

The second installment of our series showcasing the work of Screen Arts and Cultures students and alumni is a project created in SAC 190, a first-year seminar taught by Terri Sarris entitled "What the H&*( Was That?: Media on the Margins."

The course explored experimental media and partnered with the Ann Arbor Film Festival to pre-screen experimental Festival entries. Donald Harrison, Director of the AAFF, visited the class to screen and discuss experimental work from the archives of the Festival. Students wrote critically about film and also made films and videos of their own.

Partnering with Rob Hess of LSA Marketing and Communication, students were asked to respond through video to a question about their first year experience. This video, "Caution, May Be Hot," was produced, directed, and edited by Candace Faircloth, Matthew Komorowski, and Roger Graves in response to the question, "What is your favorite spot to study on campus (or off)? Make a portrait of this place."

Using a cup of coffee as the connection between three different locations, they created an experimental narrative about the experience of a java-fueled study session.


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