Black Warrior Film Festival Introduces Mitch Levine and Sean Davé
Black Warrior Film Festival welcomes Mitch Levine, a filmmaker and festival advisor known for his films “Shadows,” “In Confidence,” and “Morphing Gravity.” Levine is also the founder of The Film Festival Group, a consulting firm for festivals, filmmakers and distribution companies. Before his career in film, Levine served as Special Representative to the United Nations Disarmament Programs and chairman of the World Conference on Disarmament.
Levine will be screening selections of his short films, along with partaking knowledge covering tactics for submitting films to festivals around the world on Friday Feb. 26, 2016 at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center at 7 p.m.. This event is free and open to the public.
Black Warrior Film Festival is proud to present one of our festival alumni and former award winners, Sean Davé. The recent graduate of the University of Alabama now lives in Nashville and in 2015; Davé directed the music video of the Pentatonix version of “Cheerleader.”
It is a special thing to have alumni come back in the support of undergraduates by projecting their passions onto current striving students. The University of Alabama is excited to have Davé return to our campus to speak with our student filmmakers about finding jobs in the film industry immediately after graduating, as well as sharing his experience directing music videos.
Davé will speak at 3 p.m. on Friday Feb. 26, 2016 in Gorgas 205. This event is free and open to the public.