Goofy Guys, Lonely Ladies, Dangerous Dancers - and Abe Lincoln?

2002, NR Directed by Various.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Tue., Aug. 13, 2002

This TFAA screening features four short films by Master's candidates in the University of Texas film production program. Included are "The Interview," an absurd comedy by Courtney Davis; "Dance Club," a tribute to Fight Club by Maggie Carey; the marital allegory "Pillow Fight" by Scott Rice; and "The Ballad of Courtney and James" by Steve Collins, which is part of a series of shorts called The Flatnap Prophecies, which will be screened in its entirety.

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