Movie by DePauw Video Specialist to Get Showcase Screening

Movie by DePauw Video Specialist to Get Showcase Screening

March 25, 2002

March 25, 2002, Greencastle, Ind. - "DePauw University video specialist Matthew Kerkhoff brings his 16 mm romantic comedy Seeing Thru to Key Cinemas, 4044 S. Keystone Ave., for Tuesday's Local Filmmakers Showcase," writes Bonnie Britton in the Indianapolis Star. In a brief article entitled "Matthew's vision," published in the March 22 edition of the paper, Britton adds, "Kerkhoff, 26, wrote, directed and produced the movie in which he stars as Tom, a guy who falls for a fellow classmate and finds himself hiding behind sunglasses that give him unusual powers of sight. The movie served as his graduate thesis project, which helped him earn a master's degree in film and video from American University in Washington, D.C."

The screening, at 7 p.m. this Tuesday, March 26, 2002, is free and open to the public. Britton notes that about 150 people attended the last showcase at the theater.Indy Star Rolled Up

Matt Kerkhoff is video specialist for the Information Technology Associates Program (ITAP) and the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media.