USC Alumni at HollyShorts Monthly Screening

February 22, 2018, 7:00 PM

Chinese Theatre, 6925 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA, 90028

USC School of Cinematic Arts Industry Relations and Hollyshorts Film Festival presents Short Films by Award-Winning USC Alumni Filmmakers.

 
Thursday, February, 22 at 7:00 PM
TCL Chinese 6 Theaters
 6925 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA, 90028
 
Reception to follow screening.
 

BUY TICKETS

 
 
Alumni Films Screening
Blood Brothers
Emergency
Kunstglaser
My Boyfriend
Free Choice
Suitable
All the Marbles

 

About the Films and Alumni

Blood Brothers

When a young British soldier deserts his battalion in the heat of World War I, he must seek refuge in a nearby barn only to find an unexpected threat.

USC Alumni: Max Chernov (Director), Nicole Falsetti (Producer), Jean de Meuron (Producer), Elena Bawiec (Executive Producer)

Emergency

Faced with an emergency, a group of young Black and Latino friends weigh the pros and cons of calling the police.

USC Alumni: Kristen KD Dávila (Writer), David Aristizbal Mora (Editor)

Kunstglaser

A documentary containing an inside look on stained glass craftsmanship and including musings about the nature of craft from Norbert Sattler, a master stained glass craftsman.

USC Alumni: Ben Proudfoot (Director/Producer), Jeremy Lambert (Producer), Richard Graham (Producer), David Bolen (Cinematographer), Sean Higgins (Sound), Stephen Derluguian (Color)

My Boyfriend

Jessie loves her boyfriend. She really does. But it's complicated.

USC Alumni: Léopold Dewolf (Writer/Director/Editor), Jamie Napoli (Producer), Shasha Li (Associate Producer), Antonia de Barros (Editor), Alix Spence (Cinematographer), Grey Cusack (Production Design), Joshua Paul Johnson (Sound)

Free Choice

In the near future, four prisoners choose to participate in a mysterious game of Russian Roulette for a shot at freedom.

USC Alumni: Rui Cui (Director), Josh Litman (Writer), Xing-Mai Deng (Cinematographer), Yuchen Yang (Sound Editor), Mason Na (Editor)

Suitable

Brandy, a high school tom boy, comes to terms with her sexuality when she decides what she’ll wear to the prom.

USC Alumni: Thembi L. Banks (Director), Ashley Chrisman (Producer)

All the Marbles

In a magical world where marbles are as precious as gold, a young boy wins the most cherished marble of them all.  When a villainous bully cruelly snatches his prize trophy, the boy engages in an epic marble battle in hopes of getting it back.

USC Alumni: Michael Swingler (Writer/Director/Editor), Jay Visit (Cinematographer), Sung Rok Choi (Sound Designer)

 

About Hollyshorts Film Festival

HollyShorts Film Festival is an organization devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events, and various panel and forums. The HollyShorts Film festival showcases the top short films produced 40- minutes or less.  Categories include Short Animation, Short Live Action, Short Documentary, Music Video, Webisode, Commercials, Youth Film and Digital Microbudget.  Recently named an Academy Awards® Qualifying Festival.

The HollyShorts Monthly Screening series is a monthly short film series showcasing short films in Los Angeles every month, with stops in New York, Austin, and Miami on occasion throughout the year. The screening series showcases the top short films produced 40 minutes or less and feature films of all genres from around the world.

Contact Information

Email: echiao@cinema.usc.edu