A current Loyola Marymount University film student as well as a recent graduate have been selected to be part of KCET’s “Fine Cut Series.”
Sophomore Isidor Pollak and Bryce Hirschberg, who graduated this past spring, will have their films shown on the public television station along with other student film projects.
Hirschberg’s short film called Counterfeiter was filmed in one continuous shot. Pollak’s student project is Dreams: A Trayvon Martin Story.
Counterfeiter also received the Best Picture Award in the LMU School of Film and Television’s 2012 Film Outside the Frame Festival, as well as Best Experimental Film at the California Film Awards.
KCET’s “Fine Cut Series”
is a five-week series showcasing some of the year’s finest documentaries, comedic, dramatic and animated shorts by students.
Dreams: A Trayvon Martin Story will make its television debut Thursday, Jan. 17 at 9 p.m.
Counterfeiter is slated to be shown Feb.7 at 9 p.m.