Graduating UA film students to premiere their movies

Lights. Camera. Action.

After nearly a year of working on their thesis films, 14 seniors at the University of Arizona’s School of Theatre, Film and Television will show their work for the first time before graduating this May. From personal stories of death and loss to hilariously awkward and relatable accounts of dating life, these young filmmakers have produced a lineup of creative, original cinema.

The annual “I Dream in Widescreen” showcase serves as the first major unveiling of student work where they compete for awards in nine categories. The jurors at this year’s showcase include filmmakers Allison Anders and Tyler Gillett, as well as L.A. Times film critic Katie Walsh.


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University of Arizona College of Fine Arts

Congratulations to all of our Medici Scholars and a very big thank you to our Medici Circle donors whose generous gifts make this valuable program thrive.

Enjoy a small handful of photos from today's luncheon honoring the 2019 Medici Scholars & Donors.

Photos by Bianca Metz.
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ICYMI ...We. Are. Dead. 🤯
Thank you Gwen Stefani! We're so honored that you loved our performance. These students worked incredibly hard to create this show, and the feedback has been beyond rewarding. 🙏❤️
#grateful #thankyou #nodoubt
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