Catamount Arts and SOCAPA (School of Creative and Performing Arts) were preparing for their annual Tap Into Film: 48-hour Student Film Slam when COVID-19 struck, seemingly shutting the world down in a matter of weeks. Efforts to slow the pandemic’s deadly speed have included widespread quarantines, cancelations, and closures—including Catamount Arts—and stranding a panicked population indoors with little time to prepare and no end in sight. Amidst the fear and isolation, however, a pattern quickly emerged.
“All over the world, people are shut in,” says Catamount executive director Jody Fried, “but finding ways to reach out.” He mentions apartment dwellers singing
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