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Different from What? Film Festival explores the expression and construction of ability and disability from multiple perspectives. In what ways do our cultural practices reflect conventions and expectations that make some differences visible while obscuring others? Who and what conspires to compose these defining images and in what ways are they avoided, resisted, contested/challenged? Film buffs, social justice advocates, disability rights activists, social workers, educators and many others will be intrigued by this mélange of film, conversation, and celebration of the differences that punctuate our community discourses. different from what? Film Festival will hold its premiere at the MADCAP Theaters in Tempe, AZ, from January 29-31, 2010. The Festival will feature productions that display a wide breadth of perspectives on disability as a life experience, an identity, and a social and political construct. The Festival is a student-led initiative organized in collaboration with the Equity Alliance at Arizona State University, an organization providing services that support learning around equity, access, and participation.

For more information submitting your film for the general showcase or the student competition, OR if you would like to help sponsor our event, please contact us at disabilitiesfilmfestival@asu.edu or visit our official website:

 

http://differentfromwhatfilm.com/

 

(link to old website is below)

http://sites.google.com/a/asu.edu/dfw-film-festival/

 


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different from what? Film Festival in Tempe, Arizona - January 29-31, 2010

Festival
Festival Nickname: 
DFW Film Fest
Edition: 
1
Theme: 
Animation
Art-house films
Awards
Children
Comedy
Documentary
Education
Historical
Human Rights
Independent
International
Student films
Category/Format: 
Animated Films
Digital / DVD
Documentaries
Experiment
Independant
Short films
Student film
Festival Info
Next Festival Dates: 
01/29/2010 - 01/31/2010
Is the Festival open to the public ?: 
Yes
Does the Festival have a competition ?: 
Yes
Festival Submission
Film submission fee: 
Payment
Film submission amount: 
$15
Film call for entry start day: 
07/01/2010
Film call for entry deadline: 
10/25/2010
Festival Contact
Festival Director E-mail: 
Festival Programmer Name: 
Lisa Tolentino
Festival Programmer Email: 
Festival Organization
Name: 
different from what? Film Festival
Address: 
c/o Elizabeth Kozleski, Mary Lou Fulton College of Education, Arizona State University, PO Box 872011
City: 
Tempe
State: 
AZ
Zip code: 
85287-2011
Country: 
United States
Telephone: 
(480) 965-0391
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General_Call.pdf74.31 KB
Entry_Form.pdf84.38 KB
Competition_Call.pdf74.1 KB

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About dfw_ltolenti

Tolentino Lisa
(Arizona State University)

Lisa Tolentino is a Media Arts and Sciences doctoral student and IGERT Trainee in the Arts, Media and Engineering (AME) Program at Arizona State University. A researcher in the Embodied and Mediated Learning Group. Lisa works closely with high school teachers and AME researchers  to develop mixed-reality scenarios for SMALLab (a mixed-reality environment) to support collaborative student learning in the classroom. Currently, her work is funded by the MacArthur Foundation and Intel in partnership with the Institute of Play (directed by Katie Salen) in New York City.

Lisa is currently investigating the role of SMALLab learning for learners with low-functioning autism and other cognitive disabilities. She is exploring intersects of game design, role-play, and the integration of digital media artifacts and rhythmic structures as elements for engaging learners in positive social interaction in digitally mediated learning environments.

Prior to ASU, Lisa earned her BS in Computer Science and MA in Contemporary Percussion Performance from the University of California, San Diego, and was a member of the redfish bluefish percussion group (directed by Steven Schick) and the Pakaraguian Kulintang Ensemble, performing indigenous Philippine gong music from the Southern Philippines. She plays regularly with Phoenix's premier contemporary music ensemble, Crossing 32nd Street.


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