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Posted May 9, 2011, 4:35 pm
Movies at the Fox Theatre for free? That’s the deal for this Saturday’s “I Dream In Widescreen” show. The screening will feature University of Arizona students presenting their Bachelor of Fine Arts theses in the form of short films.
This year, twelve short features will be screened. They include a comedy of fairy tale love, set in a struggling community theater; an animated film about bored co-workers and tobacco abuse; a documentary about local storage unit auctions; high-gloss retro noir piece about a jealous deejay, an homage to Russian cinema, and more.
The twelve filmmakers are Jesse Klein, Lara Erman, Mischa Cantu, Rachel Eisenberg, Susan Tan, Everett Forbes, Dan Reeves, James Kilbridge, Tom Smith, Paloma Jacqueline, Estevan Quintero and Jared Potter.
Presented by the UA School of Theatre, Film and Television, “I Dream In Widescreen” is sponsored by FotoKem and the UA Hanson Film Institute, in partnership with the Fox Theatre.
FotoKem is also sponsoring a $5,000 New Filmmaker Award in film services to support the winning graduate’s next production.
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Seating is limited and available on a first-come, first served basis. The screening starts at 7:00 p.m.