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Farmer takes first place at film festival

July 18, 2012
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

OSWEGO - Ryan Farmer won best picture at the SUNY Oswego "36-Hour Mixed Emotion" film festival.

Inspired by the book "My Nine Lives" by Dana Fast, Farmer directed a four minute short about a brother and a sister fleeing Nazi occupied Warsaw during World War II.

He also was awarded first place for best editing and his partner won best cinematography.

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Ryan Farmer is seen with “My Nine Lives” author Dana Fast.
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Farmer just completed his sophomore year at SUNY Oswego with a dual major in cinema and screen studies and broadcasting/mass communication.

To view this short film as well as some of Farmer's other productions go to vimeo.com/ryanfarmer or youtube.com/rytackle.

 
 

 

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