On Wednesday, November 30th, at the Eureka High School Lecture Hall, Local Filmmakers Night screening series will be presenting a collection of short films by Jack Lucido.
Jack is a graduate of Humboldt State University and a professor at Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, CO, where he teaches media production and films studies courses. He recently completed We Don’t Haze, a documentary that strongly advocates against hazing in college settings. The piece won an Award of Excellence in the Festival of Media Arts from the Broadcast Education Association in 2016. Lucido’s documentary Across the Fence focuses on sustainable ranching practices; it screened at the Durango, Breckenridge, Southern Colorado (Alamosa), and Crested Butte Film Festivals. It won an Honorable Mention Award at the International Film Awards Berlin. Jackson Sandwich, his documentary about autism spectrum disorders, was awarded the prestigious Cine Golden Eagle Award. To read more about the filmmakers visit filmhumboldtdelnorte.org or accesshumboldt.net.
Local Filmmakers Night, a collaboration between Access Humboldt, Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission and Eureka High School Media Club, is a screening series that supports and promotes the local film community. These events offers an inside look at the filmmaking process by encouraging the filmmakers to share their challenges and learning.
Following the screening, attendees can enjoy Q & A session, movie trivia, prizes, and a reception at the adjacent Access Humboldt's Community Media Center.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Screening starts at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 per person and all are welcome to attend.
For information call 707-476-1798, email email@example.com
or visit accesshumboldt.net or filmhumboldtdelnorte.org.