19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 3’s Movie Poster

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19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 3

PALM BEACH MOTORCARS COMMERCIAL
Produced by Cheyenne Lent & Dan Gast, Written by Cynthia Newman, Directed by Ryan Jensen, Palm Beach Atlantic University, 30 sec

A stylish combination of Jaguar, Aston, and Land Rover to showcase Palm Beach Motorcars’ available brands.

UNDERGROUND
Produced by Allison Leger, Co-written by Ariya Watty, Co-written /Directed by Akil DuPont, Florida State University, 19 min 21 sec

A slave story told through song.  Bali plans to escape from his oppressive plantation life after learning that his master plans to sell his young daughter, Emala.  Together with house slave Demby, they run away, singing Negro spirituals that they hope will protect them on their perilous journey to freedom.

RELIANCE
Co-written by Scott Aronoff, Co-written/Directed by Chris Turner, Full Sail University, 5 min 35 sec

A troubled young couple argue about mundane matters, but what are they really fighting about?

BEACHWATCH
Produced by TL Westgate, Written by Michelle Bretana, Directed by Shawn Lee, 8 min, Winner – October FilmSlam

What happens when the self-absorbed cast of a popular TV show from the 90s get back together today for a reunion?

BUZZKILL
Written/Produced/Directed by Matthew Clegg, Florida State University, 13 min 45 sec

This documentary explores the recent confounding disappearance of honeybees worldwide, a syndrome termed Colony Collapse Disorder, and its impact on the future of our food industry and the environment.

TALE OF THE TAILOR
Written/Produced/Directed by Sandra Pavulaan, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 7 sec

A young girl who sucks her thumb finds herself trapped in the very fairy tale that warned her to stop her bad habit in the first place.  Based on a German fable.

DILLA
Written/Produced/ Directed by Stanley Moore, Michael Sauls, Michael Klim & Dominic Pallotta, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 54 sec

An armadillo is living the life until an eager hunter and his canine sidekick invade his forest.

THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE REX
Written/Produced/Directed by Allen Zaborski, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 7 sec

In the dusty old west, an eccentric bandit aims to rob the town bank, but the squinty-eyed sheriff and his T-Rex stand in his way.

DIGITAL ART @ STETSON UNIVERSITY
14 min 30 sec

A sampling of experimental doodles from the Digital Art Department at Stetson University’s Davis Laboratory.

A COINCIDENCE OF SORTS
Produced by Brittney Nadya Grace, Written/Directed by Edgar Jorge, University of Central Florida, 7 min 10 sec

A city, a boy, a girl, and perhaps others…a coincidence?

A DOG GOES FROM HERE TO THERE
Written/Produced/Directed by Carl Knickerbocker, 5 min 50 sec, Winner – January FilmSlam

A colorful and quirky tale of transportation.

I’M IN LOVE WITH KIMBERLY JOHNSON
Produced by Erin Szwejkowski, Written/Directed by Adam Johns, Florida State University, 8 min 40 sec

When a shy 10-year-old has a crush on the most beautiful girl in school, will he be able to woo her with the help of his friends and magical stuffed animals?  Or will our young Romeo fail catastrophically?

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Regular Programming
General Admission $10.00 / Student/Senior/Military (with ID) $8.00
Matinees $8.00
Film Society Members $7.50 at all times

1300 South Orlando Avenue  Maitland, FL 32751  Info Line: (407) 629-0054  Theater Offices: (407) 629-1088