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Student Film, Wishful Thinking to Premiere at Jarrell Lecture Hall

For the first and perhaps only time, screening Thursday, 9 December 2010 at 7pm in Jarrell Lecture Hall (beneath the library), a feature length student film asks one question:

What does one call 19 months, two full film crews, 3,000 miles of locations, 5 cameras, mysterious fraudulent credit card charges from China, two totaled automobiles, and a motorcycle chase involving the US Secret Service?
Two terrifying, infamous words:


Watch as UNCG students, alumni, and an Icelandic girl attempting her
best American accent debase themselves for your entertainment.

Follow three days in the lives of a fallen angel and a fat, disgruntled
genie as they hunt a hapless film student on the run from a dangerous
occultist loan shark.  In production for nearly two years and shot on
location in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Los Angeles,
and right here in North Carolina, join us for the ONE NIGHT ONLY
screening of this enormous and bizarre undertaking of a group of your
fellow students.

Come for action, come for adventure, come for the scenes too racy for the
department screening.

For the chance to see an MST independent study project with a final
production budget greater than the GDP of a small country, please join us
Thursday, 9 December 2010 at 7pm in Jarrell Lecture Hall for the one night
only screening of WISHFUL THINKING.


Written by uncgmst

December 6, 2010 at 6:24 pm

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