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Crayola Monologues Screens at Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park

Crayola Monologues will be screening at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park (directions), this Sunday, April 15 at 6:00 p.m. The event, Film School Confidential, will screen student work. If you’ve never been in MoPA’s theater, it’s beautiful. I’m really excited about the screening if only for the excellent venue.

UPDATE: Film critic and curator of Film School Confidential, Beth Accomando, posted a brief review of each film. Of Crayola Monologues, she says:

You can’t get any more low budget than photographing crayons, but Gibbs proves that clever writing and a strong creative vision are worth far more than a big budget. This film is playful and humorous but with a biting social message. The film makes us do a double take as it points out how seemingly trivial things–like the names of colors on crayons–can reflect bigger social issues.

General Admission: $10
Students, Seniors, Military: $6
For more information: 858-422-5564

Crayola Monlogues in Film School Confidential '07

3 replies on “Crayola Monologues Screens at Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park”

Your work is fantastic.

I tell my classes about your “rubik’s cube” project. It is extremely effective in conveying the arbitrary nature of race.

Are you releasing your film (and text) at any point? I would love to use it in my classes.

If you ever come to NY let me know.

I am sorry I am going to miss the festival. It looks great.

I’m sorry I didn’t see it in its full-screen glory. Your online version is impressive. I can only imagine how good it must have looked at MoPA.

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