Film Femmes

Women are Filming it for Themselves The Underexposed Film Festival yc is more female than ever before! Half the accepted films and almost half of those that are screening at the 2019 festival were directed by women. The UFFyc highlights this achievement in sharp contrast to Hollywood, where only 4-8% of the directors tapped to helm films each year are female. Recognizing the talents of women in the field of directing has always been important to the UFFyc. The Woman to Watch award for Best Female Director has been awarded annually since 2013. The diversity of each of the female-driven films screening in the 2019 UFFyc solidifies the voice of women in filmmaking – brash, bold, and adventurous

2019 UFFyc Lineup Announced

Take a trip around the world without leaving your seat! Over four days in March, the Underexposed Film Festival yc showcases the best in Independent filmmaking from around the world. In its eighth year, the UFFyc screens films that are as diverse in storytelling as they are in origin. Running March 27 – 30, 2019 Underexposed Film Festival yc, presented by Morton & Gettys, welcomes filmmakers and movie lovers to Dina’s Place in the DiGiorgio Campus Center and Plowden Auditorium at Withers Building on the campus of Winthrop University in Old Town Rock Hill, SC. Established in 2012, the Underexposed Film Festival yc focuses on strength in storytelling, screening films that break down the fourth

Spontaneity on Screen: Skills from a Hollywood Performance Coach

IMPROV ACTING & DIRECTING MASTERCLASS WITH ROB ADLER The Underexposed Film Festival yc is expanding its offerings this year to include the improv acting and directing masterclass: Spontaneity on Screen: Skills from a Hollywood Performance Coach on Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 10 AM – 12 PM at Dina’s Place in the DiGiorgio Campus Center on the campus of Winthrop University. In this participatory workshop, Adler will share tools to get participants to evoke spontaneous and life-like performances on screen. Rob will also share some of the secrets to screen presence, blending improvisation tools with classical acting techniques. Spontaneity on Screen: Skills from a Hollywood Performance Coach S

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