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New student film ‘Cashoe’ chews over Silicon Valley life

“Cashoe,” a cozy little short film by Spencer Slovic ’18, forges a promising path for filmmaking on campus. Slovic’s film (which makes its debut on Friday, April 14)  is the latest effort from Cardinal Studios, the new student group aimed at centralizing student filmmaking here at Stanford. As Cardinal Studios gets more experience, they’ve been getting better. “Cashoe” is a…

Cardinal Studios’ first outing is promising though puzzling

The first official student work produced under the newly introduced Cardinal Studios banner, “Prisoner,” a short film directed by Becky Aydin (’18) and written by Alexander Kucy (’17), is both an immense victory for the campus film community and a bit of a disappointing first feature for Stanford’s only student-run production company. Searching for a profoundly impactful…