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Stanford Under the Stars: Movie Nights at Frost 

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Each week, Stanford Under the Stars: Movie Nights at Frost brings a selection of movies featuring actors who attended Stanford or various Stanford and Northern California filming locations.

View a selection of short documentary films by first year students in the acclaimed MFA in Documentary Film Program at Stanford. A Q & A with filmmakers will immediately follow the screening. The line-up will include the following short films:

Fishbowl (working title)
A film by Drew de Pinto  
At the height of the pandemic, a "drag-adjacent" show featuring trans performance artists emerged in the storefront windows of a historic Haight Ashbury hotel. A year later, the artists behind the show fight eviction while organizing to radically transform the future of the building. 

Imagine a Body (working title)
A film by Connor Lee O'Keefe
Transmen reflect on taking testosterone.

The Infinite Act (working title)
A film by Alexandra Stergiou
Nine actors in Los Angeles audition for the role of coming out.

Strange Bedfellows
A film by Maxwell Mueller
Two older puppeteers cause the filmmaker to investigate his romantic relationship.

Nothing left to do but marvel (working title)
A film by Azza Cohen
Rooted in the director's experience of chronic migraines, the camera explores her world in soft focus.

The Yerba Buena Chess Club (working title)
A film by Kyle Myers-Haugh
A community forms from a mutual adoration of outdoor chess.

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COST:
This is event is free
All tickets are reserved in pods of 1, 2, 4 or 6 seats


All prices and programs subject to change.