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A love triangle between a repo man, his globetrotting girlfriend, and Marijuana.

Recent Grad Film Graduate, Shaka King, will screen his wonderful thesis film, NEWLYWEEDS, at Sundance 2013. Help him screen the best Newlyweeds possible!

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Ollie, 8, is left in a rural town with his estranged family. A boy vanishes and Ollie becomes aware of a strange presence in the woods.

Jennifer Cho Suhr is a thesis student in the Graduate Film Program at NYU who recently received the Spike Lee Production Grant.

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A feature film written and directed by Emily Ray Reese that follows Lucinda, a 13 year old girl growing up in rural New Mexico.

Emily Ray Reese is a thesis student in the Graduate Film Program at NYU.

What would you do if you were given a chance to see your departed loved ones again?

Eunice Lau is a thesis student in the Graduate Film Program at NYU.

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Chinese kids who struggle with their imprisonment in an illegal sweatshop in New York, and search for their chance to escape.

Chin Tangsakulsathaporn is a thesis student in the Graduate Film Program at NYU.

A docu-fiction about Calvin Blackman Bridges, an American pioneer geneticist told through the eyes of his 93-year old daughter, Betsey.

Alexis Gambis is a thesis student in the Graduate Film Program at NYU.

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An action/comedy about two offbeat filmmakers, a volatile group of Asian bad guys & one impossible mission.

Stephen Dypiangco and Patrick Epino are alumni of the Graduate Film Program.

An Apocalyptic Short Comedy About Love and Neuroses

Heather Jack is a hilarious and talented Dual Degree thesis student in the Graduate Film Program at NYU.

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A turn of the 20th century short horror film done entirely with puppets.

Sehaj Sethi has had her films play in festivals around the US. Her first feature script My Husband’s Corpse placed on NYU’s 2012 Purple List. Her second script has been optioned by a successful production company and is currently in development.