UT Austin Students Accepted into U.Frame Festival in Porto

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Several University of Texas at Austin students have been accepted into U.Frame, an international film and video festival taking place from October 1-5 in Porto, Portugal. Accepted entries of fiction include Gabriela Yeper’s Danzak, Nazanin Shirazi’s Red Wednesday, Molly Green’s That’s Not Funny, and Sergio Carvajal’s Un dia de anibal. Marianela Vega Oroza’s conversations II, Ruwan Perera’s Quinceanera, and Keeley Noel Steenson’s Alexander Family Farm, all documentaries, were also accepted as was Keith Wilson’s experimental film Nine Five. This is the first year of U.Frame, which was created in a partnership between the University of Porto and the University of Coruna, Spain. Other competing films include entries from students at the University of Chicago, Tel-Aviv University, the University of Copenhagen, and the Hamburg Media School, as well as many other programs.

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