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march, 2021

202109mar(mar 9)9:00 am14(mar 14)12:00 amCAL POLY SHORT CUTS VIRTUAL SCREENINGVirtual

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CO-SPONSORED BY CAL POLY CENTER FOR EXPRESSIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND THE DEPT. OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES AND LIBERAL ARTS

A program of short films written, produced, and directed by Cal Poly students that explore stories of friendship, laughter, conflict, and discovery. See tomorrow’s filmmakers at work today, under the expert leadership of Film Editor/Writer, Randi Barros and Cal Poly Professor James Werner.

MARCH 11TH – 6:30PM OUTDOOR SCREENING AT THE SLO BREW ROCK
MARCH 9TH-14TH – VIRTUAL ACCESS 

Cooking with Arlen – Kyra Smith, Hannah Masters, Josh Ronda, Marissa Gerick
An awkward future chef aspires to create amazing dishes for his family, friends, and neighbors with help from his goofy best friend, but his devious little sister always foils his plans.
Backseat Questions – Blas Alvarado, Nick Johnson, Malorie Morello, Marcus Cocova
A young boy ponders whether he was adopted after an interaction at school.
Love Wins – Sophie Ganion, Kiersten Stevens, Willa Westneat, Riley Huebner, Brian Pinder
A middle aged gay man who has finally found love wants to share his happiness with his disapproving, traditional Iranian family.
Ocean Street – Ryan Manseau, Eva Kouyate, Connor Bailey, Jo Anna Edmison, Kelli Johnson
A community college student raised in a small coastal town struggles to prioritize his own future while dealing with an alcoholic mother and a misguided best friend.
On the Rocks – Alex Johnson, Owen Marshall, Della Hayes, Kyle Harmina, Cassidy Wurtz
After receiving life-changing news, a young man wants nothing more than to be alone–until he runs out of gas in the middle of a desert.
Becoming Strangers – Lauren Walike, Kylie Wolfin, Daisy Kuenstler, Brett Vollrath, Kate Karson
A recent college graduate with abandonment issues finds herself in a relationship with a guy who is not to be trusted.
Stove – Nicholas Nolasco, Killian Ridder, Margot Moore, Kyle Kinna
An anxious son tries desperately to convince his father to turn the car around to check the stove, but the father has had enough of his son’s incessant worrying.

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