Princeton, NJ – March 13th, 2020: A campus-wide notice tells everyone they must leave immediately. Despite Tessa thriving in her senior year and Riley on the verge of a sophomore existential crisis, they suddenly find themselves in the same boat: tasked with making the most of their last night of college as they know it.

FACE TIME is a filmed half-hour comedy pilot detailing their quest and the hiccups along the way. It won’t have all the answers but it WILL have dystopian dining halls, beer fridge altercations, and close encounters of the rando kind. Created by senior Riley Bona ’22 in collaboration with Tessa Albertson ’20.

Tickets + Details

The film screening is free and open to Princeton students, faculty and staff. Free tickets are required. To reserve a seat, log-in with Princeton net ID to the University Ticketing website, then select your tickets.

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COVID-19 Guidance + Updates

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