Harvard University’s Third Annual Dudley Film Festival takes place from May 10th through 12th, 2002. The Festival will screen over 20 films, including features and shorts in both film and digital formats. The Dudley Film Festival will also include eight short films made by students in the Dudley Film Program at Harvard.
Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim and his wife, actress Elizabeth Shue, will be on-hand to screen his feature film, The First Year (Los Angeles). Other feature highlights include Roger Stiglano’s Bob Verushka and the Pursuit of Happiness (Los Angeles), and Vijay Singh’s Jaya Ganga (Paris, France).
Screenings will be held at Lehman Hall on the Harvard University campus, directly across from the Out-of-Town News kiosk in Harvard Square. Films will be screened on Friday, May 10th from 6-10PM, Saturday, May 11th from 2-10PM, and Sunday May 12th from 2-6PM. A full schedule of films is available at the Dudley Film Program site.
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Posted on May 7, 2002 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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