Film School Shorts

Film School Shorts showcases short student films from across the country featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. KLRU will present two episodes  of the series featuring films from The University of Texas at Austin on April 30th and May 7th. The series will air on KLRU Q later this year.

Spark airing April 30th:  Two kids try to kill time while the adults have an affair. A short film by Annie Silverstein. Northeast Front airing May 7th:  A single mother must come up with $5,000 before the end of the day to save her family. A short film by Angela Torres Camarena. Both Spark and Northeast Front will be available for a limited time on the Film School Shorts YouTube and PBS Video channels in their uncut, original versions:

Spark is currently available until Sunday, April 28 at 11 pm.

Northeast Front will be available starting Monday the 29th until May 5th.
(Be advised that Northeast Front features profanity in Spanish and English subtitles.)

Complete details for the Film School Shorts episodes airing on KLRU.

4/30 – Fire And Fury
Fireworks (Columbia University) – A group of young teens try to impress some girls. A short film by Victor Hugo Duran.

Pearl Was Here (California Institute of the Arts) – A bratty young girl hides from her mother in a claw machine. A short film by Kate Marks.

Spark (The University of Texas at Austin) – Two kids try to kill time while the adults have an affair. A short film by Annie Silverstein.

5/7 – Blood Is Thicker Than Mud
The Fighting Kind (Chapman University) – A man with a dark past returns home to make his sister an unwelcome offer. A short film by Nils Taylor.

Northeast Front (The University of Texas at Austin) – A single mother must come up with $5,000 before the end of the day to save her family. A short film by Angela Torres Camarena.