The following blog posts have been submitted by the filmmakers that have participated in Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s On Screen/In Person regional film touring program. All views and opinions expressed in the posts are solely those of the filmmakers and do not reflect the opinions of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, its directors, or employees. Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation is not responsible for the accuracy of the information supplied by the filmmakers.
April 19, 2016 | Deaf Jam | Bethlehem, PA Zoellner Arts Center was the last stop on the tour and I decided to take my 11-year-old son along on the trip. Planes, trains, subways, and buses – all modes of public transportation were my means of travel for the tour and it gave me a […]
April 13, 2016 | Deaf Jam | Brookville, NY Sharon Maier-Kennelly, General Manager and Director of Programming Initiatives, led me on a tour of LIU – Brookville – formerly known as C.W. Post. The campus was the former home of C.W. Post’s daughter Meriwether, and is reminiscent of a tranquil English Country Estate. Inside the […]
April 11, 2016 | Deaf Jam |Long Branch, NJ The projection and sound at the Pollak Theatre was superlative! For the Q+A, I was very fortunate to be joined by Liz Wolter, the driving force from Lexington School featured in the film. Liz is also the author of the companion guide for the Deaf Jam educational DVD. She is the kind […]
April 10, 2016 | Deaf Jam | Wilmington, DE Coincidences? Serendipity? However you might look at chance encounters, my visit to Light UP the Queen began with a wonderful surprise. After a leisurely train ride from New York City, I walked to the theater and ran right into Mary Hicks – a Bilingual Literacy Specialist from […]
April 5, 2016 | Deaf Jam | Newport News, VA Christopher Newport University’s campus sparkles with brand new buildings and landscaping. Along with the brilliant campus façade is a student body of inquisitive and vibrant minds. I had the pleasure of beginning my day at the University with a visit to Dr. John Nichols’ Film Studies […]