19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 1’s Movie Poster


19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 1

Written/Produced/Directed by Todd Thompson, 17 min, Winner – February FilmSlam

Nothing’s more important to Samantha than good dental hygiene.  She’ll do anything to get that perfect celebrity smile, and if there’s one credo she lives by, it’s to brush and floss three times a day.

Written/Produced/Directed by Valeria Gonzalez, Dr. Phillips High School, 5 min 23 sec

A lovely twist about Little Red Riding Hood.  Red Roxanne, accused by her hunter lover of cheating on him with the wolf, must figure out just who she really loves.

Co-written /Produced by Mark Fredianelli, Co-written by Chris Branham, Directed by Miguel Vazquez, Everest University, 7 min 38 sec

A young man finds himself locked inside his own mind, where he’s tormented by both the voice of his beloved urging him out of his personal purgatory and his own, which seems to be leading him into hell.

Written/Produced/Directed by Ricky Rose, Florida State University, 12 min 59 sec

This documentary traces the history of the Mural Arts Program in Philadelphia, which is responsible for the creation of 3000 murals throughout the city and is one of the largest collections of outdoor art in the world.

Written/Produced/Directed by Beavan Glass Blocker, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 11 sec

A bellboy’s continuing frustration with a customer who won’t tip ends up costing him more than he bargained for.

Written/Produced/Directed by Bohdon Sayre, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min

When a young girl visits a dark and isolated house to sell cookies, she meets someone she did not expect.

Written/Produced/Directed by Ozan Basaldi, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 5 sec

A little nerd gets beat up until a cooler version of himself appears in the mirror.

Written by C.A. Barrow, Produced by Iain Dickie & Isaac Watson, Directed by Donnie McMillin & Rita McMillin, Full Sail University, 2 min 48 sec

A strange conversation ensues when two men unexpectedly meet in the library.

Produced by Christina Santa Cruz & Brittney Nadya Grace, Written/Directed by Daniel Watkins, University of Central Florida, 8 min 16 sec

A tonal tapestry with regard to the inconsequential and impermanent.

Produced by Aaron West, Written/Directed by Lavado Stubbs, Full Sail University, 8 min 23 sec, Winner – September FilmSlam

A profile of rape survivor Kellie Greene and her story of overcoming such a devastating event.

Written/Produced/Directed by Clementine Leger & Billy Yates, Rollins College, 3 min

“There is nothing to understand.  Things are how they are.” A Godard-inspired experiment.

Produced by Emily Peck, Co-written by David Spence, Co-written/Directed by Stephen Griffin, Florida State University, 17 min 36 sec

When Hanashiro was a young man, he killed a powerful samurai and won a legendary sword that prevents him from dying in combat.  But he takes no joy from fighting and has withdrawn from the world.  Now a samurai lord beckons him to fight, and a heated idealogical battle erupts which can only end in bloody conflict.


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