Attending upcoming screenings + talkbacks with the creators behind Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens and Locke and Key!
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CATCH UP ON YOUR READING
CATCH UP ON YOUR READING
When Terry Franklin attended a family reunion in Chicago in 2001 he had no idea he would be introduced to a document that would send him on the most meaningful journey of his life.
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month with this presentation by trust and estate litigator Terrence M. Franklin who will relate his fascinating search for the truth behind the will that set his ancestors free.
Reception and refreshments to follow.
Sponsored by the Harvard Club of Southern California, the Harvard Black Alumni Society, supported by a generous contribution from City National Bank
On Monday February 24th, the Latin American Film Center (LAFC), a non-profit based in New York City, will be having its final screening in our five part film series "Screening América: The Series". The joint screening will showcase LA BODA and ROCÍO, two films highlighting the migrant and immigrant experience on the U.S.-Mexico border.
The films will be followed by a video message from ROCÍO filmmaker Darío Guerrero and a panel discussion with professor and filmmaker Philip Cartelli and professor Richard Peña.
Writers, animators, and story developers: attend the next Harvardwood masterclass featuring Angie Sun AB '03 of Glen Keane Productions. Angie will discuss the nuances of board-driven versus script-driven development in animation; walk us through how to navigate the growing animation industry and the production pipeline; talk about creating/producing for different types of animation (including series versus features)—and much more!
This masterclass is only open to dues-current Harvardwood Members & Friends. You must be logged in to the site to access the RSVP link below.
Angie Sun is a story developer and creative director who works with production companies, individual directors and writers, and brands to create compelling stories in all mediums, including film (feature, short, documentary / animated, VFX, live-action), mobile games, and even children’s books. She loves bringing creative ideas to life. Her projects have won many awards, including Emmy's, Webbys, Cannes Lions Grand Prix, Annie's, among others.
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Harvardwood is partnering with Harvard Alumni for Education and First-Generation Harvard Alumni to put on a Los Angeles alumni storytelling show this spring!
If you have a 5- to 6-minute story you'd like to tell at the show, please pitch it here. Your story doesn't need to be about Harvard, but it does need to be about you. You can find some tips and tricks for what makes a good oral story here (The Moth) and here (RISK!).