Join the next generation of filmmakers as they present short films and other projects they have written, directed and produced through James Franco's Studio 4 NYC, a Meisner acting and film school started by the Academy Award nominated actor.

These artists have studied their craft under the tutelage of many incredible working professional filmmakers including  Gabrielle Demeestere (Yosemite, The Color of Time), Pedro Gomez Millan (The Color of Time, Saturday Night), Bruce Thierry Cheung (The Adderall Diaries, The Sound and the Fury), Victor Verhaeghe (The Bridge of Spies, Boardwalk Empire), Paul Calderon (Pulp Fiction, Boardwalk Empire), AnnaRose King (American Viral, Good Enough)  and Simon Taufique (Jesus Henry Christ, She's Lost Control). After the conclusion of the films, there will be an awards presentation, honoring the students. List of films being screened will be updated soon! 

This event is open to all! CLICK HERE to purchase advanced TICKETS!

 

 

Sunday April 10, 2016

Red Carpet @ 5:30PM

Screening @ 6:00PM

Tickets: $15

*One ticket includes entry into both film blocks!

($10 for current Studio 4 Students. Email us for discount code!)

Where: Peoples Improv Theater 

123 E 24th St (b/t Park & Lex)
New York, NY 10010 

 

FILMS BEING SCREENED

FILM BLOCK A  (6:00pm)

LAST MONSTER

Written and Directed by Carrie King

CORNER CHAIR

Written and Directed by Deborah Maloney

WHITE MEN LOTION

Written and Directed by Ericka Mitton

KILLING STRANGERS

Written and Directed by Marco Zombrano

DANCE PUNK DANCE

Written and Directed by Michelle Sarkany

THE BURN PILE

Written by Annalise Bianchini 

Directed by Christina Reilly

ANNA

Written by Martin Murray

Directed by Ethan Alexis Scarduzzi 

 

FILM BLOCK B (7:30pm)

GEN SWIPE

Written and Directed by Ericka Mitton

BLACK COFFEE

Written and Directed by Michael Newton

ORIEN’S BELT

Written and Directed by Megan Clement

CLOSING NIGHT

Written and Directed by Tom Dworetzky

THE WALL

Written and Directed by Christina Reilly

TOUCH

Written and Directed by Carrie King

FIFTEEN

Written by William Hochman

Directed by William Hochman and Raymond T. Williams

 

FILMMAKER Q & A (8:45pm)

 

AWARDS CEREMONY (9:30pm)