Videographers onstage at the Charles Wood Theater in Glens Falls react to an announcement of awards during the 2012 People’s Pixel Project fest.
GLENS FALLS — Innovative, imaginative and provocative videos will undoubtedly be screened Sunday April 7 at the Charles Wood Theater as People’s Pixel Project festival’s 4th annual edition occurs.
The matinee event, sponsored and curated by the Lake George Arts Project, begins at 3 p.m..
This year’s festival features 19 video shorts created by videographers residing within 100 miles of Lake George.
The majority of films are about 3 to 5 minutes long, representing the genres of including animation, comedies, documentaries, narratives, and music videos.
Contestants in the video are primarily from the capital Region, from Chestertown to Albany.
Entrants from Warren County include Monika LaPlante of Diamond Point; Gabrielle Kenney of Chestertown; Ethan Cronquist, Kevin Ankeny and Laurie LaFond of Glens Falls — all submitting animation; and Caitlin ”Tree” Stedman, Mark Spitzer, John Parsons and Marcel Forette, all of Queensbury.
A brief awards ceremony, photo opportunities, and a filmmaker question and answer session will follow the screening. Members of the audience have the opportunity to cast their bid for the annual People's Choice Award. Admission is $10, and proceeds to benefit the Lake George Arts Project.
Tickets are sold at the door, or are available beforehand through the Wood Theater Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 874-0800. For more information, contact the Arts Project at 668-2616.