18th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program #3
TWO IN THE BUSH
Written/Produced/Directed by Ali Imran Zaidi, 10 min 50 sec, Winner – March FilmSlam
Caught in the space between two cultures, a young man navigates the gray world of love—Arab American style.
Written/Co-produced/Directed by Jason Hamidi, Co-produced by Nastassia Alayeto & J.D. Casto, Rollins College, 14 min 50 sec
Post-graduate Michael struggles with the line between his dreams and reality.
GONE TO THE MOON
Written/Directed by Corey Scott Frost, Produced by Lindsay Garvin, University of Central Florida, 6 min 20 sec
A bullied school boy has dreams of going to the moon.
KEEP YOUR HEAD UP
Written/Produced/Directed by Michael Patti, Dr. Phillips High School, 2 min 30 sec
A music video for the band Dang We’re On Fire.
THE NEW SOUL
Written/Produced/Directed by Hali Gardella & Patrick Nissim, Florida State University, 10 min 37 sec
A documentary about the Soul-Veg movement and its philosophies on life and eating.
GRETEL & HANZEL
Written/Produced/Directed by Gianna Ruggiero, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 22 sec
What if Hanzel never escaped from the witch? What if he didn’t get eaten? What if he forgot everything and everyone he knew, including his own sister? A unique animation style and the music of O’Death combine for this modern treatment of the classic fairy tale.
Written/Produced/Directed by David Lisbe, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 20 sec
A small demon appeals his sentence of eternal damnation at the Appeals Gate of Heaven, much to the delight of a sadistic Saint Peter.
Written/Produced/Directed by Mike Hollander, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 23 sec
Frankenstein goes to great lengths to make a good impression on his blind date.
THE DARNDEST THINGS
Written/Produced/Directed by Kris Wood, University of Miami, 17 min 25 sec, Winner – June FilmSlam
A father aims to keep his sanity while preserving his son’s innocence.
Produced/Directed by Evan Houston, Florida State University, 7 min 7 sec
A documentary portrait of several urban artists in Orlando struggling to “get known” for their art—all in the name of culture and self expression. Music by Swamburger.
Written/Directed by Leonard Wilkes, Produced by Full Sail University, 15 min 7 sec
A man reflects on his life through the shards of a broken mirror.