On Friday, February 3, the College’s Pupil Programming Board will premiere eight
brief movies produced by present undergraduate college students on the 14th Annual ReelStories Movie Competition (RSFF14). The competition might be held in Mullin City Sq. on the Malibu campus from
6 PM to 10 PM, and movies might be screened in each Elkins Theatre and Smothers Theatre.
This 12 months’s theme, Timeless: Tales that Reside On, displays the concept movie captures
human experiences that encourage viewers to empathize with, consolation, and encourage folks
past their time within the theatre. The scholar-organized competition offers undergraduate
filmmakers the chance to have interaction within the energy of storytelling by way of audiovisual
“I imagine that reality and love might be shared by way of tales,” says Claire Lee, RSFF14
co-executive director and a Seaver School senior. “Whereas the mode of storytelling
has remodeled over time, the impression continues to be the identical—folks bear in mind tales. This
movie competition offers a chance for college kids to share tales from their hearts
and for all members of the viewers to higher perceive themselves and one another.”
RSFF14 is free for each college students and alumni to attend. On-line registration is requested.