18th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program #4
Co-written/Directed by Ken J. Adachi, Co-written by David Saint, Produced by Stephen Bell, Florida State University, 17 min 20 sec
Miles and Sophie are best friends who do everything together, from skipping class to trying to protect an endangered species, the whooping crane. But when Miles discovers that his high school freshman picture will be displayed publicly, his history of humiliation from previous school pictures begins to haunt him and affect their friendship.
KEY WEST: WHEN PARADISE WAS OURS
Produced/Directed by Marcela Morgan, 7 min 38 sec
Produced by a third generation Key Wester, this short doc is an overview of Key West from the 1930s – 1950s by those who lived there when it was truly paradise.
Written/Directed by Zachary Beckler, University of Central Florida, 3 min 23 sec
A filmic journey into the creation of a song by musician Thomas Wynn.
Written by John Hoffler, Produced by Mitch Long, Directed by Michael Hamill, Full Sail University, 15 min 41 sec
Chisulo is a young man dealing with the economic exploitation of his African homeland. A shady individual who has ties to the companies responsible for this evil approaches him in a restaurant, but before Chisulo figures out what’s happening, it’s already too late.
Written/Produced/Directed by Catherine Hicks, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 26 sec
Two wild dogs battle wits over the remains of a giant dinosaur skeleton.
Written/Produced/Directed by Kendra Vander Vliet, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 9 sec
A young boy risks everything to help baby stars find their way home.
Written/Produced/Directed by Andreas Theodorou, Ringling College of Art + Design, 2 min 18 sec
A circus freak escapes into the heart of WW II.
Written/Directed by Steven Shea, Produced by T.W. Anderson, 8 min 50 sec, Winner – November FilmSlam
After a night out clubbing with her girlfriends, a young woman awakens to find herself cast mercilessly into a world spinning out of control.
Written by Stanley Pomianowski, Produced by Jeremy Rowland, Directed by Enrico Marcellino, 1 min 59 sec
Harvey is a devout Catholic whose son has finally been accepted as an altar boy.
Written/Directed by Stephen Griffin, Produced by Clay Hassler, Florida State University, 6 min
In the year 2029, an ailing scientist transfers his most important memories into an android in an attempt to merge their consciousnesses.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JESUS
Written/Produced/Directed by Stanley Pomianowski, 4 min 23 sec, Winner – April FilmSlam
Imagine a modern day Christmas if Jesus was present.
Directed by Natasha Narkiewicz & Madeline Eberhard, Florida State University, 13 min
What is a body suspension? An ancient ritual? A modern phenomenon? An art form? From the spiritual implications to the performance aspect, this documentary respectfully delves into different perspectives concerning a largely misinterpreted practice.
***Note – Contains scenes of graphic content and a disturbing nature that are not for the squeamish.