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UNAFF - Transit
UNAFF Film Festival
The 14th UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival) from October 21-30, 2011 Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, San Francisco, and Stanford University celebrates the power of documentary films dealing with human rights issues, the environment, racism, women’s issues, universal education, war, and peace. The theme for this year is EDUCATION IS A HUMAN RIGHT.
TICKET INFORMATION AT: http://www.unaff.org/2011/tickets.html
FREE ADMISSION FOR:
• ALL SCREENINGS AND PANELS FOR ALL STUDENTS
Director: Gina Tan
Haley Quartarone has always loved traveling abroad and using the film medium as a way to express and document the new cultural traditions and places she has learned about. She currently works as production coordinator for Jeff Cole Productions in Orange County, California. Haley is a third year television broadcast journalism and film student with an emphasis in documentary at Chapman University.
Born in the Bay Area, Emily Manheim has been surrounded by the LGBT movement since she was a child. She is a creative production major at Chapman University and she hopes to become an independent film producer as soon as she graduates college.
Juvia Chua initially wanted to venture into the fields of advertising and photojournalism, thus her decision to study mass communication at Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore, and a television production module in her second year at the polytechnic cemented her passion and interest in this area. She is a producer of the short film Transit.
Saturday, October 29, 2011 | 9:15 pm — 9:30 pm