‘Crystal’ Visions

By Steven Libowitz   |   June 25, 2020

UCSB’s Carsey-Wolf Center, which has been posting video recordings of discussions with directors, writers and other filmmakers that were held at the Pollock Theatre on campus following live film screenings, along with links to watch the movies available on streaming sites on your own time, is joining the ranks of organizations offering hybrid events. The center will be conducting a live chat between Film and Media Studies professor Hannah Garibaldi and Darya Zhuk, the director of Crystal Swan, a fictional film set in the immediate aftermath of Belarus’s independence that follows the path of Evelina, a young woman who dreams of moving to Chicago and pursuing her passion for music. Registered attendees for the free event will receive a link enabling them to screen the film in advance of the 4 pm Zoom chat on Thursday, June 25. Visit carseywolf.ucsb.edu.


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