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Friday, April 1, 2011 at 1 - 3 P.M.

The UB Gender Institute, Squeaky Wheel, Hallwalls

MASTER CLASS: Independent Filmmaking Today with Emily Hubley

Squeaky Wheel (712 Main St)

HubleyThe UB Gender Institute’s International Women’s Film Festival, in partnership with Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center and Squeaky Wheel/Buffalo Media Resources, will offer a Master Class with filmmaker Emily Hubley on Friday, April 1, 2011 from 1pm to 3pm.

 OPEN TO: Filmmakers/Artists, Including Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Students 
 DATE/TIME: Friday, April 1st, 1pm to 3pm 
 LOCATION: Squeaky Wheel, 712 Main St. Buffalo (between Goodell and Tupper) 
 APPLICATION/REGISTRATION: Qualified participants will be chosen on a first come, first served basis. 
 
 Emily Hubley has been making short animated films for over thirty years. A daughter of pioneer animators Faith and John Hubley, Emily worked on Faith Hubley's films at The Hubley Studio, Inc. from 1977 to 2001. Emily Hubley’s hand-drawn films explore personal memory and the turbulence of emotional life. Her feature, "The Toe Tactic" premiered theatrically at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC in 2009 and was released on DVD by Kino International. Hubley has contributed animation to documentary and narrative films including "William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe," "Blue Vinyl" and "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," and to the play, "In Mother Words." To learn more about Emily Hubley, visit her website.   
 
 The class size is limited and space will be available on a first come, first served basis to qualified applicants. If you’d like to register for the class, please send an email to goldman8@buffalo.edu with your name and a sentence or two about why you’d like to attend the class. Please include your status (Filmmaker/Artist or Grad Student or Advanced Undergrad). If you're a student, please include your major, school and year. 
 Then please join us at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center at 8 pm when we screen a special program of collaborative works by Emily's parents Faith and John Hubley, as well as her own collaborations with her mother.


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