Back to All Events

A Night of Student Filmmaking

Northwestern's Radio/Television/Film program is full of talented students with a wide variety of skills, backgrounds, and interests. This particular selection of student films touch on subjects ranging from isolation, armed robbery, talking robots, and a reality show gone awry. Though it is common for the writer and the director to be the same person, many of these films are the combined creative efforts of many different voices and experiences. Regardless of if it started as a solo or group endeavor, each of these films represents both the individual and the collective efforts of Northwestern's vibrant film community. Sprouting from an idea, making its way to the page, and finally onto the screen, we present, "A Night of Student Filmmaking.”

Enjoy popcorn and drinks and turn your attention to our big 100in screen! $5 at the door.

Featuring:
Dogmeat by Jesse Zhou
Cloud 9 by Erika Rodriguez
Janek to the River by Lauren Loesberg
Blunderbuss by George Ayoub
Crush by Mega Dafiagor


Some Adult Themes

Dogmeat by Jesse Zhou

Dogmeat by Jesse Zhou

Cloud 9 by Erika Rodriguez

Cloud 9 by Erika Rodriguez

Janek to the River by Lauren Loesberg

Janek to the River by Lauren Loesberg

Blunderbuss by George Ayoub

Blunderbuss by George Ayoub

Crush by Mega Dafiagor

Crush by Mega Dafiagor

Earlier Event: October 28
Writing for Personal Discovery
Later Event: November 29
Kate Kayaian: The Voice of the Cello