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 March 16th, 2018

The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Festival is proud to present the first annual Strasberg Film Festival – an opportunity to showcase short films created by students, faculty, and alumni.

Screenings commence at 10:00am.

Open to the public. Admission is free of charge.

Festival Schedule

10:00 am – 11:00 am        

“Bluebird” submitted by Adhvay Sankar

 “Orpheus” submitted by Marco Villard


11:00 am – 12:00 pm

“Ricochet” submitted by Andre Vauthey

Pasta” submitted by Adil Zubair

“The Trial of Everett Mann” submitted by Mike Gerard


12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

“The Day Death Got Instagram” submitted by Daniel Poler

The Hopefuls” submitted by Marine Brun-Franzetti

“Lurker” submitted by Marcel Simoneau


1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

“Telescope” submitted by Kyvon Edwin

“Dacher Meiner Stadt” submitted by Maya Jasmin

“In Vino Veritas” submitted by Ketak Dhiman


2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

“The Black Death” submitted by Braxton Fannin      

“An Unreliable Narrator” submitted by Johnny Han


3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Last Call” submitted by Adhvay Sankar      

Dangle Straddle” submitted by Teale Kate, Savvy Williams, Natasha Geller

“Bobby” submitted by Giacomo Gex


4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Again/st” submitted by Denise Wolken

Homesick” submitted by Daphne Macy



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We are now offering an exceptional and unique online Spring term using Zoom due to the current situation of COVID-19. This session is a perfect opportunity to bring a renewed focus to the basics and to train with the daily commitment Lee Strasberg encouraged, and to which we all aspire.

The power of Lee Strasberg’s work lies in its simplicity – it can be done anytime and anywhere. And as Lee believed, the foundation for all the actor’s work begins in the chair. So let’s all commit ourselves to our craft, to the deepening of our work, and to a daily practice of creativity and imagination–our greatest resource in these difficult times. 

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