|BGSU student filmmaker to screen movie in Wolfe|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 19 April 2013 10:04|
"Fish Tank," a student-produced 16mm film, has its world premiere on April 25 in the Wolfe Center for the Arts at Bowling Green State University.
The film will be screened at 8 p.m. in the Donnell Theatre, the Wolfe Center's 400-seat main venue. Doors open at 7 p.m.
A question and answer session with the crew and cast. will follow the screening. Admission is free to all.
"Fish Tank" will be the first student film to be shown at the Donnell.
The film follows Rowan, a shy 15-year-old, escapes into a secluded bedroom during a party. He is inadvertently joined by Andrew, a fellow classmate whom Rowan secretly harbors feelings for.
Over a shared soda can of pilfered vodka, the two young men drift through moments of awkwardness and intimate conversation.
Both a coming-of-age story and a cinematic meditation on social alienation, "Fish Tank" reflects on the painful, silent oblivion that consumes teenagers who cannot submit to the high school status quo.
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