The Weekend, a film by Upright Citizens’ Brigade alum Julie Sharbott, captures the improvisational spirit the sketch comedy troupe is known for, in a story of the reunion between summer camp friends. Emotions that may not have been addressed since childhood are revisited, which means that, inevitably, old flames are rekindled. The film, which premieres at Sarratt Cinema at Vanderbilt, was made through a collaborative process in which each of the 12 characters was shaped to the respective actor and was shot in real time over a weekend in a cottage in upstate New York. So, is The Weekend fact or fiction, drama or documentary? You’ll have to watch it to find out. Admission is free.