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Accolades Continue to Pour in for Myers’ “Bella”

Robert Waterbury

Bella, a film co-created by Loras professor Seth Myers with international artist Sarah Stolar, has seen a steady stream of accolades pour in since it debuted in 2019. Film festivals from across the globe continue to heap recognition upon the work, including:

Official Selection/Award SemifinalistBasilicata International Film Festival, Basilicata, Italy 

Official Selection, California Women’s Film Festival, Tarzana, California

*Best Experimental Film*, Official Selection, Synergy Film Festival, New York

Official Selection, Toronto International Women Film Festival, Toronto, Canada

Official Selection, Festival Toi Femmes, Paris, France

The film also features the talents of Loras alumnus John Spencer Woerdehoff (’18) as director of photography and co-editor.

In Bella, a young female dancer travels on an emotional journey through psychological and physical landscapes to discover a crucial truth that lives within her.

Bella has also claimed Grand Prize at New Jersey International Festival and prize for short film editing at the Iowa Motion Picture Awards.

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