Filmworks 2020

In All, Events, Film & Video by Richard Gonzales

Original short films by faculty and students in UCR’s Department of Theatre, Film, and Digital Production

To view FilmWorks, please click here between 8:00pm and 11:59pm on Friday April 17th. An alternate streaming location can be found here (note: if you are asked to sign in to Google, the link is not live yet).

A PDF of the FilmWorks program can be downloaded here.

ONLINE SCREENING

FilmWorks 2020
UCR Department of Theatre, Film, and Digital Production’s 8th Annual Film Festival

Featuring the World Premiere of Room for Rent, a modern comedy
Written by Amanda Biggs
Directed by Ann Hughes
Three college friends and their landlady search for the perfect fourth roommate in this comedy of mistaken assumptions.

STUDENT FILMS
Call Me Baby 
Written & Directed by Ellie Villa
Black Sheep Written & Directed by Jeremy Estrada
Brussel Sprouts Film A Written by Harley Grow | Directed by Santiago Tavarez
In a Grove Written & Directed by Sam Lastimosa
Be Yourself Written & Directed by Ethan Sanchez
The Resistance (Episode 1) Written by Kalyn J Lee | Directed by Christopher Henley
The Resistance (Episode 2) Written by Ellie Villa & Kalyn J Lee | Directed by Kathy Chacon
The Resistance (Episode 3) Written by Dylan McKissick & Kalyn J Lee | Directed by Jeremy Estrada
The Resistance (Episode 4) Written by Aleksandra Krzywicka & Kalyn J Lee | Directed by Rockford Moore
Her and I Written & Directed by Jacob Perez
Together or Separate? Written & Directed by Aram Ramirez
Overthink It: First Day Jitters (Episode 1) Written by Amanda Biggs | Directed by Kelland Li
She Got Laid Written by Mina Vazirian & Christopher Henley | Directed by Mina Vazirian

DEPARTMENT FILMS
A Private Screening 
Written by Jessica Capinaris | Directed by Dallas Harden
Room for Rent Written by Amanda Biggs | Directed by Ann Hughes

April 17, 2020
Friday, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Information:
performingarts@ucr.edu

Some films may include adult subject matter, sexual situations, violence, and strong language.

Photo by Irais Cardenas