18th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program #2’s Movie Poster

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18th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program #2

THE EXPOSITION REPORT
Co-written/Co-produced by David Sigurani, Directed/Co-written/Co-produced by Jesse Chapman, University of Central Florida, 9 min 35 sec

A weekly TV news magazine investigates the controversial Pick-a-Parent company that allows children to exchange their parents if they don’t want them anymore.

CINQ
Written/Produced/Directed by Dan Bakst, University of South Florida, 5 min 19 sec

Five lives in five minutes.  A short film that shows that not everything is what it seems by intertwining different stories from different walks of life.

COVENANT HOUSE: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT HOPE
Written by Maria Mayola, Produced by Erika Galeana, Directed by Chris Kelly, Full Sail University, 7 min

A look into the struggles of three homeless youths as they transition through the program at Covenant House Florida in Orlando, a crisis shelter that provides street outreach and counsels and cares for runaways.

A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM
Written/Produced/Directed by Michael Patti, Dr Phillips High School, 2 min 10 sec

Inspired by the poem by Edgar Allen Poe, the viewer is transported into the mind of a man who has fallen into a strange dream where reality seems to have drifted away.

DIGITAL ART @ STETSON UNIVERSITY
18 min 45 sec

The Digital Art Department at Stetson University’s Davis Laboratory is pleased to present the videos of John Scott, Sarah Buetens, Leonidas Dezes, Hogan Birney, Morgane Van Waeyenberghe, Philip Meisner, Greg Watrous, Carla Vanderbilt, Katrina Orta, Anna Sterling, Patrick Sante, Liam Howell, Eric Prine, and Gary Marra.

CADILLAC 59
Written/Produced/Directed by Hamilton Lewis, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 10 sec

TREMORS meets JAWS as a cowboy in a Caddie becomes the object of a strange attraction.

HIT AND RUN
Written/Produced/Directed by Alex Marino & Greg Peltz, Ringling College of Art + Design, 3 min 24 sec

How low will a superhero stoop to get out of a sticky situation?

THIS SIDE UP
Written/Produced/Directed by Liron Topaz, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 43 sec

A naïve music lover’s patience is tested on his quest to download music online as he completely changes his perspective on technology.

MADDY AND THE BUTTERFLY
Written/Directed by Deb Walters, Produced by Lori Turchin, 3 min

A roller coaster ride into the imaginative mind of a child who takes off in flight on the wings of her butterfly drawing.  Inspired by the artwork of 9-year-old Maddy Rogers.

MARCH 31st
Written/Directed by Christina Santa Cruz, Produced by Rene Arriaza, University of Central Florida, 10 min 47 sec

An abstract display of memories and inner struggles creates a surreal reconstruction of a young girl’s fears as she attempts to cope with a recent loss.

ONE FOR WORDS
Written/Produced by Bryan Patrick Moore, Directed by Austin Boggs, 2 min 45 sec, Winner – October FilmSlam

A pair of long-time friends have something to say to each other, but just can’t seem to get the words out.

HEAD IN HANDS
Written/Directed by Jon Jones, Produced by John Nelson, 2 min 50 sec, Winner – February FilmSlam

A frustrated man finds beauty while searching for answers in this music video by Mumpsy.

LIGHTHOUSE
Co-written/Directed by Ling Li, Co-written by Christa Markley & Rickia Page, Produced by Thomas Lorne, Florida State University, 17 min 34 sec

A lighthouse keeper saves a mysterious woman from drowning in the ocean, but she insists that she’s really a fish and belongs there.

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