"Seventeen," produced in December 2018 by students in Edinboro University's Film & Video program, has been selected for screening at this year’s Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival. Made by upperclassmen in Professor Brian Fuller’s Film & Video Production IV course, "Seventeen" is one of 67 films from around the world scheduled for screening June 21-23. The newly remodeled Parkway Theater will host the three-day event.
"Seventeen" is an atmospheric tale that follows Vic (James Howells) and Adam (David LeFaye) to the end of their unconventional relationship. The movie was directed by Eliza Kuhn and produced by Megan Ciafre. Tina Sontheimer was director of photography. Frank Albrecht was production designer; Salvatore Frederick designed the sound and Taylor Prach edited.
Edinboro University's Art Department has offered instruction in film and video production since 1969. Graduates of the program routinely become contributors to high-profile studios, films and television shows.
Brian Fuller, Asst. Professor of Digital Filmmaking
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania