Leiden Student’s Work Selected for 11Eleven Documentary Project

| April 24, 2012

Webster Leiden student Nick Mattingly recently had his video production class project selected for the 11Eleven Documentary Film Project, a global project documenting a day (Nov. 11, 2011) in the life of planet Earth in a feature length film.

“The students in my video production class last fall at the Webster Leiden campus participated in this project, some doing standard documentary works and others doing video art,” says assistant art professor Julian Scaff.

“Nick Mattingly’s stop-motion video is a hybrid between documentary and video art, and he was selected to be included in the 11Eleven Project out of thousands of submissions.”

In addition to Scaff, Mattingly credits Webster photography professor Liz Miller for teaching him stop motion photography and mentoring him on artistic process.

Webster Media Communications alumna Danielle van Herk is also involved in the 11Eleven Project as one of the coordinators and editors.

Mattingly’s footage can be seen in the trailer for the film between the 20 second and 27 second marks:


More information about the 11Eleven Project can be found at their website:

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