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I Feel Stupid | Interview with Milena Pastreich

I Feel Stupid | Interview with Milena Pastreich

| April 16, 2015

Milena Pastreich’s “I Feel Stupid” knows a thing or two about making you cringe.

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“Hotel 22” | Interview with Elizabeth Lo

“Hotel 22” | Interview with Elizabeth Lo

| February 26, 2015

Made at Stanford, Elizabeth Lo’s powerhouse documentary “Hotel 22” is not to be missed.

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“New Mission” | Interview with Chris Giamo

“New Mission” | Interview with Chris Giamo

| February 23, 2015

Chris Giamo’s Stanford documentary “New Mission” examines drastic changes in the San Francisco district.

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“Attack of the Killer Trees” | Interview with Valerie Giuili

“Attack of the Killer Trees” | Interview with Valerie Giuili

| February 20, 2015

UCLA’s Valerie Giuili makes vengeful plant life adorable and thoughtful in her film “Attack of the Killer Trees.”

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“Timmy II” | Interview with Imran J. Khan

“Timmy II” | Interview with Imran J. Khan

| February 18, 2015

NYU Tisch Asia filmmaker Imran J. Khan introduces the world to the charming loner, Timmy II.

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“The Columbarium” | Interview with Tyler Trumbo

“The Columbarium” | Interview with Tyler Trumbo

| February 17, 2015

Stanford filmmaker Tyler Trumbo examines history and death in his short film “The Columbarium.”

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SFIndieFest Celebrates its 17th Year – and a New Partnership with Film School Shorts!

SFIndieFest Celebrates its 17th Year – and a New Partnership with Film School Shorts!

| January 21, 2015

Since 1998, the SF Independent Film Festival (SF Indiefest for short) has brought independent cinema from around the world to the Bay Area, and this year we’re partnering with them!

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What is #filmSOS?

What is #filmSOS?

| January 5, 2015

Every month, Film School Shorts produces the #filmSOS recap. It’s a one stop shop to find the best and most deserving projects that are using Kickstarter, IndieGoGo and Seed & Spark to fund their shorts.

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Going Au Naturel: How ‘Wild’ Used Available Light

Going Au Naturel: How ‘Wild’ Used Available Light

| January 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Shooting under natural lighting conditions is a tough choice and begs the question: will it increase your film’s gritty edge? Or will your film look better suited for a FAIL compilation?

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Interview with Alessandro Pulisci | “Better the Devil”

Interview with Alessandro Pulisci | “Better the Devil”

| December 12, 2014

We caught up with San Francisco State University filmmaker Alessandro Pulisci about his horror/comedy “Better the Devil”.

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