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San Diego Film Week

92115

Directed by Kevin Nostrates

True SD Screenings and The Realist Tendency / 2018 / 11 mins

Description

Based on a true story, “92115” is a comedic tale that follows a United States Postal Service carrier’s trials and tribulations while encompassing some quirky characters during his brief career as a mailman in San Diego.

 

This film was made for the Film Consortium’s “Make a Short Film on a Low (or no!) Budget” Workshop


Plays in

  1. TRUE SD Screenings- The Realist Tendency – Shorts Program

    True SD Screenings and The Realist Tendency / 180 mins
    This block showcases films based on true stories. Each film was adapted from a story provided by So Say We All- a writer’s group in San diego who tell compelling stories about real life events. Several of the films in this program were produced through the True San Diego Film Consortium Competition- a competition where teams had 60 days to adapt a true story and produce the film. Several shorts were also produced through the Film Consortium’s “Make a Short Film on a Low (or no!) Budget” Workshop and are also adaptations of So Say We All stories.

    In This Program: Isabel (TRUESD), #Prayerz4Vito (TRUESD), Coming and Going in Vegas (TRUESD), Little Love Lost (TRUESD), Motherly Advice, 92115, Wonderland Syndrome, Tosssed Assside (TRUESD)


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