19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 4’s Movie Poster

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19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 4

BAD INFLUENCES
Produced by Jacob Jester, Written/Directed by Kate Emery, Florida State University, 16 min 19 sec

Enter the hilariously sick mind of Jillian, a timid teenage hypochondriac with a vivid imagination.  Instead of making real friends, she hangs out with her imaginary diseases, but she may just be ready to emerge from her shell and make a real human connection.

IMAGINATION: DRAMA FALLS
Produced by Anthony Montenegro, Written/Directed by Michael Guerra, Dr. Phillips High School, 5 min 4 sec

In war, your worst enemy is your target.  Follow this adventure of wit and imagination as the TV Production kids aim to destroy their fiercest enemy—the Theatre kids.

B-SIDE ARTISTS: IN THE BEGINNING
Written by Asaan Brooks, Chris Rodriguez, Mark Harris & German Lemus, Co-produced by SWAMBURGER, Co-produced/Directed by Elizabeth Anne, 9 min 17 sec, Winner – November FilmSlam

This doc is a look at the 3-year-old B-Side Artists movement in Orlando, featuring commentary and artwork from the key artists who founded the group.

SAE
Produced by Hali Gardella, Written/Directed by Christopher Oroza, Florida State University, 7 min 23 sec

As a little girl awaits her father’s death in a hospital, a psychologist discovers that her hallucinations of demons are far more real than ever imagined.

NOT EVEN FINISHED
Directed by Peter Clotfelter-Quenelle, Full Sail University, 8 min

When everything can go wrong on set, blame someone else!

THE MONK AND THE MONKEY
Written/Produced/Directed by Brendan Carroll & Francesco Giroldini, Ringling College of Art and Design, 4 min 27 sec

A determined young boy is sent by his master on his final quest to become a monk, where a seemingly simple task becomes an unexpected challenge.

DEPARTURE OF LOVE
Written/Produced/Directed by Jennifer Rae Bors, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 50 sec

A man chases down a train risking life and limb in an attempt to catch up to his love and set things right again.  Inspired by the silent films of the 1920s.

UNKNOWN SOLDIER
Written by Anthony P. Sterling, M.D., Produced by Peter Jones, Directed by Bob Jones, 2 min 30 sec

In 1968 during the Vietnam War, an 18-year-old Marine on a ship was thrown overboard for cheating at “Craps” and his body was never recovered.  A doc memory of another wasted life in wartime.

THE SHAKESPEARE PROCEDURE
Produced by Christina Marie Hebert, Co-written by David Bush, Co-written/Directed by Andrew Tolbert, University of Central Florida, 12 min

A comic film about brain transplants and little problems.

RUNAWAY RIOT
Written by Austin Applegarth, Produced by Chaz Fisher, Directed by Todd Welches, Lake Howell High School, 1 min 30 sec

Music takes over everyone in this magical journey of a runaway compact disc with special powers.

JITTERS
Written/Produced by Elizabeth June, Directed by Jason Williams, 8 min 29 sec, Winner – March FilmSlam

A conversation between a bride and her estranged father minutes before he is to walk her down the aisle.

KODACHROME 2010
Produced/Directed by Xander Robin, Florida State University, 9 min 18 sec

In commemoration of its 75th and final year, a doc look at the first color film and the last lab in the world still processing it.

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