Counting the Dead

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5@5 One Time One Night
Throckmorton Theatre Fri, Oct 3, 2014 5:00 PM
“A wise man was telling stories to me, about the places he had been to and the things that he had seen.” These true-life tales roam Northern California to spotlight the dedicated, passionate people who make it the place to be.
5@5 One Time One Night
Rafael 3 Mon, Oct 6, 2014 9:15 PM
“A wise man was telling stories to me, about the places he had been to and the things that he had seen.” These true-life tales roam Northern California to spotlight the dedicated, passionate people who make it the place to be.
Film Info
Country:US
Running Time:7
Director:Catharine Axley

Description

Counting the Dead (US, 7 min) is Catharine Axley’s chronicle of a 50-year quest to uncover the names of 1906 earthquake victims.

Additional Information


Catharine Axley is an emerging filmmaker whose films have received recognition at festivals across the country including the United Nations Association Film Festival, Real to Reel International Film Festival, and the Harlem International Film Festival. Axley was Associate Producer-Line Producer-Assistant Editor on Morgenthau, which aired on WNET/Channel 13. She is currently finishing her final year in the MFA Documentary Film program at Stanford University. Her short, Counting the Dead, was selected as a regional finalist for the Student Academy Awards. Axley received a BA in History and Ethnicity, Race & Migration from Yale University and lives in the Bay Area.