Lucy St. Sauveur

I am a recent graduate from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. With a BA in Communication and a certificate in film studies, I love to create. Check out my work!

My Latest Work

A Little Piece of a Big, Big Universe

Video Essay on Beasts of the Southern Wild, Beth Zeitlin.
For educational purposes only.
Zeitlin, Benh, et al. Beasts of the Southern Wild. Widescreen. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Twentieth
Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2012.

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MMFF 2022 Trailer

The 29th annual Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival proudly presents a season of global contemporary Indigenous film and media art. Over the past decade, Indigenous cinema has emerged from geographically-scattered and locally-based production centers to become part of a globally-linked media network with increasing reach and transnational presence. “Indigeneities” will explore how contemporary Indigenous filmmakers and media artists leverage moving image forms to directly address the politics of identity and representation. The films screened this season address Indigeneity, or Indigenous identity, through a range of cinematic genres– animation and 16mm film; hybrid documentary and feminist philosophy; historical reenactment and science fiction – both engaging and challenging the dominant mainstream media forms.

Music: Strobotone - "The Cold"

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