Thought-provoking, artistic & entertaining are just some of the words used to describe University of Arizona documentary film shorts by Bachelor of Fine Arts & Bachelor of Arts students in Film & Television. Read about the innovative topics from Mormons to clown funerals in the attached press release. They are all about people who make Tucson what it is & free for you to see on Wednesday, December 10th, 7pm at the Loft Cinema!
F O R I M M E D I A T E R E L E A S E
CONTACT: Lisa Pierce, Director of Marketing & Development • UA School of Theatre, Film & Television
520.626.2686 • firstname.lastname@example.org
December 1, 2014
The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television presents What’s Up, Docs?: Documentary Films by BFA & BA students
FREE to the Public!
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 7:00pm
The Loft Cinema
The Loft Cinema is located at 3233 East Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ • (520) 795-7777 • loftcinema.com
TUCSON, ARIZONA – Come see your world as you’ve never seen it before! This year’s What’s Up, Docs? program features short documentaries from the UA School of Theatre, Film & Television about the people who make Tucson what it is. From Mormans to mermaids, comedy troupes to clown funerals, this show features 15 World Premieres including profiles of the Tucson Guitar Society and legendary punk provocateurs, The Sneaky Pinks. Best of all, the show is FREE and open to the public (110 minutes, not rated).
UA Film & Television students have had great success on the festival circuit with their films. Many others are working in production and postproduction in LA and NYC. Others are continuing their studies in competitive masters degree programs at UCLA, the American Film Institute, or the University of Texas, Austin. (Some films contain profanity, but no explicit content.)
OTHER FILMS NOT MENTIONED ABOVE:
A profile of a local Electronic Dance Music DJ
A look into the underground rock music scene in Chengdu, China
A heartbreaking profile of a boy with muscular dystrophy
A poetic look at the scenic landscape and living creatures of the desert
A profile of the UA improv comedy group, The Charles Darwin Experience
For more information, please contact Lisa Pierce, Director of Marketing & Development for the School of Theatre, Film & Television: 520.626.2686 or email@example.com.
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