Fri, Nov 3, 2017
Sun, Nov 5, 2017
“FRANCESCA EASTWOOD DELIVERS A TOUGH, EYE-OPENING PERFORMANCE” --VARIETY
“A HARROWING ATOMIC BOMB OF TRUTH” -- BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH.
“EASTWOOD STAKES HER CLAIM AS AN UP-AND-COMER TO BE RECKONED WITH.” -- INDIEWIRE
“M.F.A. IS AN EMPOWERING FILM THAT’S JUST AS ENLIGHTENING.” -- BLOODY DISGUSTING
“FRANCESCA EASTWOOD’S PERFORMANCE IS UTTERLY SPECTACULAR.” -- WE LIVE FILM
“M.F.A. IS A DARK, DEVASTATING AND YET, EMPOWERING TALE OF AN UNLIKELY VIGILANTE.” -- WE LIVE FILM
Noelle, an art student struggling to find her voice, is sexually assaulted by a fellow classmate. Attempting to cope with her trauma, she impulsively confronts her attacker, leading to a violent altercation that culminates in his accidental death. Noelle tries to return to normalcy, but when she discovers that she is only one of many silenced sexual assault survivors on campus, she takes justice into her own hands. A vigilante is born – retribution is the inspiration she’s been waiting for.