Fifth Annual Student Film Showcase Sneak Preview

NR Directed by Various.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Wed., May 9, 2001

Fifth Annual Student Film Showcase Sneak Preview is a package of 13 short films produced by graduate and undergraduate students in the University of Texas Department of Radio-TV-Film. The program will be presented later this month in Los Angeles to agents, producers, and UT alumni at the 600-seat Directors Guild of America Theatre, and this Austin screening is a sneak preview of the L.A. event, with all the filmmakers in attendance. The 90-minute program listed in running order includes "Pillowfight" by Scott Rice, a five-minute excerpt from The Slow Business of Going by Rachel Tsangari, "Victory at Any Cost" by Paul Hanley, "Colonel Kharnage" by Paul Hanley, "Duel" by Jason Hargenrader, "Red Stockings" by Kelly Hamilton, "Charles" by Beau Michael Thorne, "The Blind" by Mireille Fornengo, "Bio Clock" by Leslie Sisson, "Truffles for Mrs. Lovejoy" by Todd Berger, "Manifest Destiny" by Dee Austin Robertson, "Out of Water" by Sean Gallagher, and "My Saba" by Ariel Santschi. For more info call Delia Avila at 471-6617.

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