Elaine McMillion: Hollow Documentary
Date: April 1, 2014
Time: 7:30 pm -
Location: Campbell Arts Center
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Her most recent project, Hollow, communicates the issues of rural America through the eyes, voices and ideas of southern West Virginians. Hollow is funded by Kickstarter, Tribeca Film Institute’s New Media Grant and the West Virginia Humanities Council. It is supported by Documentary Educational Resources and the West Virginia Filmmakers Guild.
In 2013, Elaine was chosen a fellow for the Future of Storytelling and presented Hollow at the New York Film Festival, IFP Conference, The DocYard, Camden International Film Festival, UFVA Conference, StoryCode NYC, West Virginia International Film Festival, Create WV, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Open Documentary Lab, Harvard University’s Berkman Center, the Museum of Moving Image and at 10 universities, libraries and high schools throughout the Appalachian region.
In November 2013, Hollow was selected for the DocLab Showcase at the International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam. Hollow was chosen as one of the top 3, out of 15 projects featured in The DocLab.
Elaine earned a B.S. from West Virginia University in Journalism and an M.F.A. in Visual and Media Arts from Emerson College.
Special thanks to ALC alumna Mindy Beth Miller for inviting Ms. McMillion to visit Alice Lloyd College and present her documentary in-person to our students.
Visit the unique and groundbreaking interactive Hollow website. You will need Google Chrome to view the site.
Find out more about Elaine McMillion here.