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Film School Confidential (2002)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:82 minutes
Director:Douglas Underdahl
Producer:Douglas Underdahl

Web Site: http://www.filmschoolconfidential.com/

Description: Imagine that you are in college. You have to complete class projects, but not simple homework assignments--you have to make short films. You must write, direct, edit, and then screen each movie for your audience--your fellow students. If you make a comedy, you hope that everyone will laugh with your film, not at it, if you make a touching love story, you hope your classmates will be touched, not think that you are. Five film students are chronicled over the course of one school year. Sara, an intellectual, Sal, who makes an earnest first film, Mark, who shoots wild, psychedelic images, Greg who works hard at cinematography, and Marta, Sara's quiet freshman roommate. It is Marta's simple video that proves to be the most compelling, triggering a series of events that affects all five students and forces them to re-evaluate their own belief in the power of motion pictures.

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