Film students’ work to be shown May 17

The World Theater on the campus of CSU Monterey Bay will host a stellar selection of student films at this year’s Capstone Festival, scheduled for two public screenings on May 17. The matinee showing will begin at 1 p.m.; the program repeats at 6 o’clock. Admission is free.

Insert a description of the image here.Each semester, the Teledramatic Arts and Tecnology Department’s Capstone Festival celebrates the culminating projects of graduating seniors. These projects reflect the synthesis of knowledge, skills, and abilities developed over the course of a student's career at CSUMB. This year’s festival will feature 16 professional-quality film productions spanning genres, including documentary, animation, narrative and experimental works.

For a list of the films to be screened, click here.

Please note that some films in the program contain mature language or violence.

The World Theater is located on Sixth Avenue, near the intersection with A Street. While the event is free; a $2 parking permit must be purchased. Driving directions and a campus map are available here.

For more information, contact Professor Luis Camara of the Teledramatic Arts and Technology Department at lcamara@csumb.edu or call 582-43743. For disability accommodations, e-mail jbenge@csumb.edu.

The event is co-sponsored by the Monterey Bay Film Society.

Image from "Sisyphus," directed by Danny Orona, one of the works to be screened May 17 as part of the Teledramatic Arts and Technology capstone festival