Fringe Festival 2019 at the Little Theatre

Photo of the screen and audience during the premiere of the films. Photo by Olivia Wild.

By: Olivia Wild, Editor-in-chief

Independent films, made by Fisher students, were premiered at the third annual Fringe Festival on Monday, September 16 at the Little Theatre in downtown Rochester. Films that were featured this year were:

“Second Chance,” directed by Mikaela Huber. Written by John Devoe and Mikaela Huber.

A snapshot from the film “Second Chance.” Photo by Josh Ramos.






“Endless Fall,” directed¬†by Ben Eggers.

Photo by Ben Eggers.








and “Baby Doll,” directed by Chris Toia, Dan Verno, and Cameron Fernandez.¬† Written by Chris Toia.

Photo provided by CDC Productions.

After the films were shown, the filmmakers and actors did a Q&A panel.

The filmmakers and actors stood on stage and were asked questions from the audience. Panelists from left to right: Josh Ramos. John Devoe, Keanna Serviss, Cameron Fernandez, Chris Toia, Jachob Hollenbeck, Dan Verno, Ben Eggers, Mikaela Huber and Professor Jeremy Sarachan, the host. Photo by Olivia Wild.
The audience during the Q&A panel. Photo by Olivia Wild.













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