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31 May 2004: xZOTica Film Festival

Posted by Christina on February 28, 2009

zf-winner1I only realized how amazing the Film & Media Studies Department at UCI is during my fifth and final year at school. What’s great about it is that students take it upon themselves to really use the university’s resources and make it an arena for them to explore all parts of film making before exposing themselves to the real world. xZOTica was their premiere film festival and was actually pretty awesome.

New University Newspaper: xZOTica Film Festival

xZOTica Film Festival
by Christina Nersesian
Volume 37, Issue 30 | May 31 2004

The fourth annual xZOTica film festival, put on by campus club ZotFilms, took place Friday night at the Humanities Instructional Building where the night’s theme was all 1980s. In the midst of filmmakers presenting and competing with their short films encompassing various genres and categories, raffles and prizes were given out, food and drinks were available outside and music played loudly for whoever came – whether you were one of the directors or just a spectator.

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