Virtual film festival presents original work by ASU film students


This weekend, you can sit back with your popcorn at home and enjoy two nights of original film and media, as Arizona State University's School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s annual Spring Senior Film Showcase goes virtual. 

On May 9-10, graduating film students will present their films and final projects, a culmination of more than a year’s work. The screened projects will be curated by film faculty and industry professionals and will include short narrative and documentary films, as well as technical craft portfolio reels and previews of coming projects.

With the cooperation of El Cine and ASU Film Spark, the showcase will be presented in two ways, via Twitch and YouTube. The festival begins at 6 p.m. each night.

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