Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 4:15pm
In the summer of 1976, Francis and her two best friends make a creative yet misguided plan to kiss the coolest boys in the seventh grade and are forced to embrace their pubescent awkwardness along the way.
Meet the filmmakers
WRITER - Ariana Coyle and Kirsten Walz
DIRECTOR - Charlotte Guerry
PRODUCER - Abdel Eleish and Brooke Ross
Charlotte Guerry is a thoughtful, hardworking director who just graduated from USC’s Film and Television Production program in May. Since she began working as an actress at the age of 8, she learned early on how to collaborate with and respect actors. In addition to her education at USC, she trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, American Conservatory Theater, the Central School of Speech and Drama, and Upright Citizens Brigade. Her past USC short films include the dark comedy PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE GAMES (2016), the coming of age comedy A SHORT BUT SIGNIFICANT CONSERVATION WITH STELLA (2015), and an adaptation of a critical scene from the play ANGELS IN AMERICA (2017). She was selected to be one of four directors of senior film thesis projects in her graduating class. She hopes to have a long career directing, writing, and acting for film and television.