20th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 3’s Movie Poster

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20th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 3

CAPTAIN FIN
Written/Co-produced/Directed by Kevin James O’Neill, Co-produced by Rob Tuscani, 15 min, Winner – June FilmSlam

Hannah (Spencer Locke, Resident Evil Afterlife) receives a stack of her father’s letters from her mother on her 18th birthday.  Discovering that her father’s (Steve Dumouchel, Recount) been in prison, she goes to visit him to rekindle the relationship.

KNIGHTS OF THE PLAYGROUND
Written/Directed by Josh Crute, Produced by James P. Feeney, Florida State University, 4 min 38 sec

Kyle and Billy were best friends until a princess came between them.  Or was it a dragon?  Depends on who you ask.  Suburbia will be rocked to its foundations when these two 4th-grade medieval warriors cross swords.

CARNIVAL
Written/Produced/Directed by Corryn Goldschmidt, Southeast Center for Photographic Studies at Daytona State/UCF, 1 min 38 sec

Inspired by Natalie Merchant’s song and shot in Historic Downtown Sanford, this music video focuses on the masks of humanity, conformity, and personal facades.

THE HANDSHAKE
Written/Directed by Daniel Hankins, Produced by James MacDonald, Florida State University, 6 min 19 sec

Derek just blew another job interview because of his terrible handshake.  His overbearing, retired Marine dad schools him on the proper technique, but Derek’s confidence is shattered when he sees the massive paws on his next interviewer. Can he man up?

WALT DISNEY WORLD: PILGRIMAGE TO THE AMERICAN DREAM
Written/Directed by Brian Goldenberg, Produced by Ted Gournelos, Rollins College, 14 min 49 sec

This doc is an exploration of the Disney theme parks as a pilgrimage site for the American dream, and an examination of how the company constructs that mythology through marketing.

HOLY SHEEP
Written/Produced/Directed by Justin Farris, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 10 sec

A shepherd tries to make his way to church but is repeatedly blocked by his devoted flock.

MOURNING DOVE
Written/Produced/Directed by Alexandra Runde, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 16 sec

A short film about the life-changing effects of war on one young couple.


A DROP OF SUMMER
Co-written/Co-produced/Directed by Allison Tate-Cortese, Co-written by Sadie Yanckello, Co-produced by Kyle Snavely, 3 min 46 sec, Winner – February FilmSlam

Two dads compete for the final glass of lemonade on a scorching summer day in suburbia.

ALONE
Written/Produced/Directed by Nicole Smith, Southeast Center for Photographic Studies at Daytona State/UCF, 1 min 25 sec

A man stalks a jogger in this silent black and white drama.

A LOVE SUPREME
Written/Directed by Evan Houston, Produced by Charlene Reese, Florida State University, 8 min 18 sec

A former high school hoops star recently released from prison returns to the old neighborhood, hopeful to meet his daughter for the first time.

WALKING WITHOUT LIMITS
Directed by Steph Segler, University of Central Florida, 10 min 2 sec

Doctors told Cheyene Joslin he would never walk.  At 20, Cheyene is proving them wrong.

10 AND 2
Written/Directed by Jeremy Smith, Produced by Moca Chen, Florida State University, 16 min 44 sec

Mild-mannered Wilber is flunking Drivers Ed when two country-ass thugs jack his car with him in it.  And to make matters worse, the tuba-playing love of his life is in the back seat.  Now he’s the getaway driver…

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