2013, U.K., 93 Minutes, R, English Saturday, February 25, 2017 – 5:30 PM
Special Guest: Production Designer David Crank (W&M ’82)
Hosted By: Kevin Flanagan (W&M ’06)
A clerk in a government agency finds his unenviable life takes a horrific turn with the arrival of a new co-worker who is both his exact physical double and his personality opposite – confident, charismatic and seductive with women. Production Designer David Crank (W&M ’82) will be present for a Q&A session directly after the film.
Production Designer, The Double
David Crank (W&M ’82) is the Emmy-winning art director and production designer for almost 30 major projects, including Water for Elephants, the John Adams series, There Will Be Blood, and Hannibal. After receiving his undergraduate degree from William & Mary in 1982, he received a MFA from Carnegie-Mellon. David worked on regional theater productions for a decade before transitioning to film. In 2011 he received the Leslie Cheek Medal from William & Mary, an award honoring outstanding artistic achievement.
Dr. Kevin M. Flanagan (W&M ’06) is Visiting Lecturer in English and Film Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. He has published essays in Critical Quarterly, Framework, Adaptation, and the Journal of British Cinema and Television, as well as in numerous academic anthologies and reference books. He was the co-curator of the June 2016 “Architecture on TV” season of screenings at the British Film Institute’s National Film Theatre, and is currently co-editing a dossier for the journal Screen on traditions of architectural experience and popularization on British television. He is a co-founder of the media events company Content Productions.
LOVE COMES LATER 2015, USA, 11 min, Director Sonejuhi Sinha (W&M ’04)
An unexpected discovery forces an undocumented motel employee to make a life-changing decision.
SONEJUHI SINHA Director, Love Comes Later
Sonejuhi Sinha is a New York based filmmaker. The feature-length documentary films These Birds Walk and Homegoings as she edited and produced, as well as her short film Give into the Night, have been screened at festivals such as SXSW, BAM Cinefest, and Cannes, garnering several international awards and a Cinema Eye Honor nomination. Sonejuhi Sinha has collaborated in various capacities with filmmakers including Harmony Korine, Julie Taymor and Spike Jonze. Sonejuhi’s most recent narrative short film Love Comes Later was accepted to the prestigious 2015 Cannes Semaine De La Critique.