Work by director of digital film center screens at Berlin International Film Festival

This month, Nicolás Pereda, the new head of the Rutgers Center For Digital Filmmaking, will screen his latest film, Tales of Two Who Dreamt, at the Berlin International Film Festival.

The 87-minute film, set in Toronto, revolves around a Roma family who retells stories of their apartment complex in order to prepare of an upcoming hearing on their residency status. Incidences turn into myth and reality and fiction blur. For more, see the Tales of Two Who Dreamt trailer on the Berlin International Film Festival website.

To learn more about the Rutgers BFA degree in digital film, schedule a weekday staff-led tour of our facilities. More information available at 848-932-5245 or www.masongross.rutgers.edu/admissions/visit.

Posted February 2016