The Oracle of Delta Phi

32 min.

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Shorts by U-M Students
Old Town Playhouse Thu, Aug 2, 2018 12:00 PM
The University of Michigan Department of Screen Arts & Cultures returns to the festival with their annual program of two shorts, showcasing some of the top filmmaking ability in the state. In a city where everyone is guaranteed a soulmate, Verena’s younger sister goes missing. In order to find her, Verena must uncover the truth behind the “Lifematch” system, and what that means for her future with her own soulmate, in Gillian Greenbaum’s timely and thoughtful film, Lifematch. And in Yevheniia Tananko’s, The Oracle of Delta Phi, the “Greek” Presidents of sororities and fraternities at Olympia University have the power of Gods, and Cassandra is cursed with prophetic visions that no one believes. IN PERSON: U-M Student Filmmakers. This program is free.
Film Info
Section:Short Films
Release Year:32 min.
Runtime:Short Narrative