The Program in Visual Arts presents the Senior Thesis Film Fest with a series of screenings of new films created by seniors Margaret Craycraft, Matthew Floyd, Nonny Okwelogu, Jane Pritchard, and Jack Thornton. Free screenings that are open to the public will be held on Friday, April 17 at 8:00 p.m. at the James M. Stewart ’32 Theater and on Saturday, April 25 at 8:00 p.m. at the Frist Campus Center. There will be an additional free screening for Princeton University students only on Thursday, April 23 at 10:30 p.m. at the Princeton Garden Theatre.
Labor Against Waste
Directed by: Margaret Craycraft
A short documentary film about songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling building the road he travels, one show at a time.
Directed by: Matthew Floyd
His best friend is dead, and he knows he’s next. In a world where only one will survive, Marcus must figure out how to defeat his old nemesis, Ray, turning for help in unexpected places. It’s important to remain cautious — everything is not as it seems.
Starring: Gavin Zhang, John Rillos, Regina Zeng, Katherine Zhao and Anna Lukasiewicz.
Directed by: Nonny Okwelogu
With Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and SnapChat, when a relationship ends, it’s only the beginning.
Starring: Ijeoma Madubata, Juliet Garrett, Susanna Yu, Frank Africano, Matthew Haake, Marcus Stroud and Ray Chao.
The True Story of Fictional James
Directed by: Jane Pritchard
A young poet drops out of school and goes missing.
Starring: Chris Littlewood, Eliot Linton, Susannah Sharpless, Jared Garland, Louisa Willis, and Brian Lax.
Directed by: Jack Thornton
A first-time porn actor has a crisis of identity when he’s pranked by a mischievous fluffer.
Starring: Bryce McBratnie and Phillip Bowen.