Professor Morse Film to be Screened at Ann Arbor Film Festival

Professor Deanna Morse‘s film “SKIN” will be screened at the Ann Arbor Film Festival this Sunday, March 24. The screening will be at 11 a.m. in the main theatre of the Michigan Theatre.

“SKIN” is a 6-minute animation that uses tree textures as a metaphor for human experience. Morse, a professor in the GVSU School of Communications Film and Video Production major, is known for her expertise in film animation.

The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the longest running independent and experimental film festival in the USA, and one of a handful of festivals that is academy award qualifying. From over 3000 entries, about 200 films were selected for screening.

At this year’s festival, Ken Burns and GVSU Film and Video graduate J.P. Sniadecki will be speaking.