Matt Johnson’s (C’99) film seriously sucks

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Matt encourages all of you New York alumni to come out and see it @ New World Stages – 340 West 50th Street (Between 8th & 9th Avenues)! (“There’s an audience award, so we want to pack the house!”):
-Saturday, September 8th – 2:15 pm
-& Sunday, September 9th – 5:45 pm

Click here to check out the trailer.

Matt also has written and directed a short called Cheating with the Vacuum (the language is Not Safe For Work, so use headphones if you’re in a cubicle.) …and it seriously sucks. Not in the bad way. : )

Click here to check out the suckage

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