CU ALUMNI TRIPLE FEATURE
Thursday, April 28th. Doors open at 7:00 pm and the films start at 7:30 pm. Takes place in ATLAS 102 (first floor). Admission is FREE!
Give the CU Film Studies alumni a few years and they will come back with authentic cinema. This special preview showing will encompass three alumni filmmakers and two of their short films. The Fourth Wall by Kelsey Bollig has already done its rounds on the film festival circuit while The Chieftain of the Pudding Race by Shane Crosland and David Hungerford is just starting its journey.
This will be the first US sneak preview showing of The Chieftain of the Pudding Race and is a must-see, or else you will have to wait to plan a trip to a future film festival. Also included in this lineup is an award-winning short by Alex Marman titled Mallory Meditates, which curates beautifully into this Alumni showing mixing horror and comedy.
The showing wraps three contemporary shorts with a filmic line exploring beauty, meditation, and the interior mind.
The Fourth Wall by Kelsey Bollig (2021)
Chloé is a serious actress who’s spent her life on the stages of Paris.
The result? She has been chipped down into a product of the scrutiny and unfair politics that infest the entertainment industry.
Doomed to star in one last performance of Shakespeare’s ‘A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream’
Chloé fights for her moment in the spotlight amongst the self-serving newcomers she is forced to share the stage with. How far will she go to be the star of the show?
- Filmed in France
- Runtime 11m 36s
Mallory Meditates by Alex Markman (2020)
- Mallory attempts to start her day with a simple meditation but is overwhelmed by distractions
- Runtime 3m 47s
The Chieftain of the Pudding Race by Shane Crosland and David Hungerford (2022)
- Amid diverse travelers and affluent locals, Sunny struggles to find solace within his hometown.
- Filmed in Byron Bay Australia
- Runtime 26m 16s