Four Columbia Students' Shorts Screen at Clermont-Ferrand

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Four shorts by Columbia filmmakers—Toby Fell-Holden ’13 and current students Stephen Lee, Nelicia Low and Clara Roquet—have been selected to screen at the prestigious Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival this year.

All films were all made while Fell-Holden, Lee, Low and Roquet were students in Columbia’s Film Program. Lee’s film Touch is about a young girl’s sexual awakening after an encounter with her older swim instructor; Low’s film Freeze follows a married woman who is desperate to feel love again; Roquet’s film El Adios tells the story of a Bolivian maid attempting to fulfill her mistress’ last wishes; and Fell-Holden’s film Shake It is about a woman who goes home with a mysterious man.

The festival will take place from February 6 to 13 in Clermont-Ferrand, France.

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