The inaugural Finger Mullet Film Festival brings together film and video shorts by regional, national, and international artists and filmmakers, including an under-18 screening block and an exhibition of time-based art.
FMFF is dedicated to nurturing an experimental art and film culture in St. Augustine by providing an inspired platform of the best national and international short films alongside a burgeoning local and regional culture of time-based creators and storytellers.
Its goal is to discover, cultivate, and screen new local narratives as a means of generating critical discussion and empowering community collaboration. This year’s festival brings together film and video shorts by regional, national, and international artists and filmmakers, including an under-18 screening block and an exhibition of time-based art.
The exhibition Undercurrents, organized by Flagler College Curatorial Studies students, will kick off events on Friday, May 20th from 5 to 7 PM and will be on view through June 17.
On Saturday, May 21st, screening blocks are scheduled as follows:
The Finger Mullet Film Festival was created by Patrick Moser and Kevin Mahoney, Flagler College Distinguished Professors of Art, and Julie Dickover, Director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum. This event is made possible with support from The Department of Visual Art and the Kenan Family Foundation.
For further information about this program, or other exhibitions and events, please visit the website at www.flagler.edu/ceam, or contact Julie Dickover at 904-826-8530 or email@example.com.