Temple FMA Diamond Screen Presents: MFA THESIS SHOWCASE
Wednesday, October 14 (available 7-8 pm)
Flowers are Red by Hsin-Yu Chen
After receiving a cryptic fortune, Claire embarks on an obsessive pursuit of the world’s reddest flower.
- Wednesday, October 21(available 7-8 pm)
Blue by Chike Nwabukwu
A young, struggling couple make questionable decisions in order to pay rent which affect their relationship more than anticipated.
- Tuesday, October 27 (Q&A with Director)
The Viewing Booth by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz
(film will be available to stream starting Fri. October 23rd @ 9 pm)
In a lab-like space, Maia Levy, a young American woman, watches videos portraying life in the West Bank city of Hebron, while verbalizing her thoughts and feelings in real time
The Film and Media Arts MFA program produces some of the leading voices in narrative, documentary, transmedia, and experimental film. Among our graduate students are winners of the prestigious Princess Grace Award, Sundance fellows, and individuals named to Filmmaker magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film lists.
This screening presents the completed thesis projects created by these students. Expect to experience thought-provoking films by talented emerging filmmakers.