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Yale Student Film Festival (18-23)


  • The Whitney Humanities Center 53 Wall Street New Haven, CT, 06510 United States (map)

The Yale Student Film Festival (YSFF) is an emerging student-run short film festival, providing the opportunity for university-level filmmakers, both foreign and domestic, to exhibit their work.

Student Block #1: The Super Shorts
1PM: The Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium, Yale University
April 22, 2016
Short and (sometimes) sweet.
Followed by a Q+A with directors!
Free and open to the public.
1. Hurry Up (Belgium)
2. Precipice (USA) - Yale College
3. Ambivalence (Belgium)
4. Did You Hear About Her Dad? (UK)
5. The World is Beautiful (USA)
6. You Ci Ke (Singapore)
7. Nadir (Belgium)
8. Mission 5065 (Lithuania)
9. John (USA)
10. Obsolescence (Canada)
11. Until Death Do You Part (France)

Student Block #2: The Narrative Shorts
6PM: The Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium, Yale University
April 22, 2016
Free and Open to the Public.
1. The Shoe Room (USA) - Yale College
2. Parnassus (Netherlands)
3. Bosniak (Canada)
4. Pitter Patter Goes My Heart (USA)
5. The Fifth (USA)
6. Leon (UK)
7. Mx. Pink (France)
8. Taking the Plunge (USA) - PLUS Q+A with the directors

Student Block #3: The Documentary Shorts
10AM: The Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium, Yale University
April 23, 2016
Join us for the documentary component of the 2016 Yale Student Film Festival followed by a Q+A with directors!
Free and open to the public.
The screening will include:
1. Painting Doors (Germany)
2. Junksville (UK)
3. Unfinished Business (UK)
4. Csillag (Slovenia)
5. Miles to Go (Finland)
6. What Day is Today (Portugal)

Student Block #4: The Experimental Films
1PM: The Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium, Yale University
April 23, 2016
Free and Open to the Public.
The screening will include:
1. Nerves Most Spoiled (USA)
2. Bike Trip (USA)
3. Hootchu (Korea)
4. Redpoint (Iran)
5. Forgiveness (Lebanon)
6. Dispersion (USA)
7. Frankfurter (Germany)
8. Cotton Candy (USA) & Q+A***

The 2016 Yale Senior Thesis Films
4PM: The Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium, Yale University
April 23, 2016
Free and Open to the Public. 
Join us for a screening of the five narrative short films from the Class of 2016's Film and Media Studies Majors! Followed by a Q+A with the directors!
ALL NIGHT BLUES — writted/directed by Nick Henriquez
OVER DINNER —written/directed by Travis Gonzalez
THE PERFECT FOURTH — written/directed by Henry Wolf
THE CAMEL'S BACK —written/directed by Michelle Mboya
LAVENDER — written/directed by Eric Nelson