ucla director spolight, june 12

For those of you in Los Angeles, here's a great opportunity to see the work of some great up-and-coming filmmakers. Student filmmakers Ted Chung and Juli Kang are among seven outstanding student filmmakers to receive Director Spotlight awards this year, as part of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's Festival 2007.

Ted Chung's Mike's, "in which a reclusive roommate realizes there's more to life than he thought," and Juli Kang's Damn the Past!, "in which music happens when a singing mute meets the girl of his dreams" (this was a big hit at this year's VC Filmfest) These works, among others, will be screened Tuesday, June 12th at the Director's Guild of America Theatre. The Directors Spotlight was created to provide an opportunity for student filmmakers to present their work to the entertainment industry. This is a chance to see the cream of the crop, from one of the best film schools in the country. It's free and open to the public. For more information, and to RSVP, go here.

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