TUESDAY AT 7:30 PM CST

The North Texas Universities Film Festival 2021

The North Texas Universities Film Festival hosts films from UTA, UNT, and SMU. Click the “Join Event” button to watch the films starting at 7:30pm sharp Tuesday, March 2nd.Join us for a Q&A immediately after the event on Zoom at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83066294712…Below is the current list of films, but they are subject to change.——-
FILMS
——-Young Black Boy (UTA), directed by Trenton Williams: A short experimental art house film focused on the negative stereotypes that are expected from young black men growing up.
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Brunch (SMU), directed by Matt Matsil: That awkward first meal between family and boyfriend gets a bit more awkward.
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The Great Depression (UTA), directed by Cindy Thomas (9:59): In the story, the main character struggles to find meaning again in her life after losing those that are the closest to her.
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Break (SMU), directed by Brittney Hutchison: A young woman home from college navigates her sense of self and her mother’s pressure to succeed.
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Woods Out Back (UTA), directed by Emma Breslauer: Dorian’s daily routine of protecting a magical forest is thrown for a loop when he encounters a rambunctious boy determined to pet every wild animal he sees.
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Together, Alone. (SMU), directed by Alexa May: A woman estranged from both her daughter and mother has a difficult time accepting her grief.
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Veterans Heart (UTA), directed by Ace Cowan: The film follows Tre Williams, a former military operative who finds herself struggling to acclimate to civilian life, not only due to the horrors of her tour but the death of her husband who had served alongside her.
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A Quiet Night (SMU), directed by Vinn Nguyen: Thoughts on finding space and peace for yourself.
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Going to War (UNT), directed by Michael Flanagan: From busking for change in Denton, TX, to touring the world and releasing critically acclaimed albums on Sub Pop Records, a label whose roster also includes Nirvana, Soundgarden, and The Smashing Pumpkins. Going to War documents the history of the acclaimed singer-songwriter, Chris Flemmons, and his band, The Baptist Generals.