Radio-TV-Film Graduate Thesis Films Screening

As the culmination of their masters program, MFA candidates from the UT Austin Department of Radio-Television-Film will screen their thesis films for the public. There will be a brief Q&A at the end, to be followed by a reception upstairs in the Ballroom (SAC 2.410). The event is free and open to the community. More on these films and other UT RTF end-of-semester events can be found below and at:

Amanda Blue Gotera (Writer/Director)

Sent to pick up milk at the corner store, teen witch Tasha brings home trouble instead.

Juan Pablo González

A quietist exploration on the way fear shapes the contour of spaces, THE WAIT portrays at once the straits of immigrant life and the haunting soundscape of reprieve.

Qian Zhuang

One night, eight-year-old Alice is forced to stay with her distant father, after overhearing a big fight between her parents and witnessing her mother leave. As the night continues without her mother's return, Alice’s anxiety and fears accumulate as she worries that no one will take her to dance class the next morning.

Michael Roberson

A man is forced to face his divorce when he encounters a mythical beast and is the victim of a shocking act of violence in the Louisiana swampland.

Mark Blumberg

A former astronaut’s adjustment to civilian life is upended by the death of a young test pilot.

Sunday, December 13, 2015 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Student Activity Center (SAC), Auditorium 1.402
2201 SPEEDWAY, Austin, Texas 78712

Event Type

Arts & Humanities, Campus & Community


Moody College of Communication

Target Audience

Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, General Public





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