Film Society meets every Thursday of the week at 1PM in the Library Media Center. We discuss different aspects of film theory, and each week we focus on a certain area like Directing, Producing, Assistant Directing, Writing, Cinematography, Sound, Editing, and much more.
This club is a great place for creative individuals to make connections, to learn about how they can get involved in SDSU student film productions, and provides an environment for students to get help from other club members on their own projects.
We are a family of filmmakers. We focus on 3 areas:
Every month, we try to hold a Film Society Social, or a gathering to bring all of the members together to network with one another. These events are often scheduled on Fridays or the weekends, and are meant to build connections between aspiring film makers. Our socials in the past have included picnics, bowling, and viewing parties.
Our most recent event was our Oscars Viewing Party. Film Society rented the Union Theatre in Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, everyone dressed up, and we watched the Academy Awards. The night was filled with photo ops, prizes, and a whole lot of fun.
Each Semester, Film Society holds a film festival that showcases so many different styles of films. Each member will have the opportunity to submit their own film, and you and your family can come see your work on the big screen!
Our film festivals garner between 250 and 400 people each showing.
Here is a promotional video from our most recent festival during the fall, and it's one of the only fully inclusive events on campus.
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