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21st Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase PROGRAM # 1

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BUBBLEGUM SMACKERS
Co-written/Directed by Lindsay Garvin, Co-written by Ryan O’Grady, Produced by Meg Wechter, University of Central Florida, 16 min, Winner – March FilmSlam

Kids, trench coats, a pint-sized film noir.

KYLE COX

Written/Produced/Directed by Austin J. Smith, Dr. Phillips High School, 5 min 12 sec

Local musician Kyle Cox tells his story in this short documentary.

A BIRD’S SONG
Produced/Directed by Kaleb Starr, Southeast Center for Photographic Studies at Daytona State/UCF, 2 min 49 sec

Shot using nothing but still photographs, the filmmaker addresses the issue of her sister’s recurring nightmares.

TWO OLD NUTS
Written/Directed by Spencer Lenzie, Produced by Jonathan Sunshine, Florida State University, 6 min 25 sec

Dick, a 70-year-old fart, has lost his wife’s respect.  But when he finds himself in his backyard with nothing but a broken back and a crippled, nagging spouse, he sees an opportunity to prove himself once and for all.

FILM FEST: WE COULD DO THIS IN SANFORD
Written/Directed by David Kuskie, Produced by Rueben J. Rogak, Full Sail University, 5 min 27 sec

A group of friends in Sanford, Florida decide to share their love of film with the community and start a film festival.

THE BALLAD OF POISONBERRY PETE
Written/Produced/Directed by Adam Campbell, Elizabeth McMahil & Uri Lotan, Ringling College of Art and Design, 5 min 26 sec

Poisonberry Pete, the baddest pie in the yeast, is in town and he’s looking for trouble.  With the citizens stricken by fear and the gun-toting sheriff itching for a gunfight, can one little tart save the town?

BEWARE OF MONSTER
Written/Produced/Directed by Meghan Stockham, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 9 sec

Brook’s day takes an unusual turn when she encounters a large creature in the woods.  However, the shy creature believes that she is the monster—will Brook be able to convince the creature otherwise?

METRONOME

Co-written/Directed by Eddie Wideman, Co-written/Produced by Max Harlyking, Trinity Preparatory School, 8 min 38 sec

A silent and tragic love story about a young man and the woman who inspires him, dramatically expressed through his passion for music.

KLSTRDC
Written/Produced/Directed by Eric Jaffe, Florida State University, 13 min 24 sec

Due to unfortunate circumstances, what originates as a story about two student filmmakers making a documentary about the illegal moonshine trade quickly morphs into a documentary about documentary filmmaking itself.

SUNSHINE
Directed by Charles Frisby, Produced by Jordan Mitchell, 4 min 19 sec

A music video for the song, “Sunshine,” by Jordan Mitchell and featuring Mr. Magnificent and Cassidi Spurlock.

UN DIA (EXTRA) ORDINARIO
Written/Directed by Andrea Puente, Produced by Curtis Adair, Florida State University, 6 min 42 sec

Oscar, an underprivileged boy, finds a digital camera left behind by a gentleman while visiting the city.  Challenged with the notion that only money buys happiness (and expensive cameras), he photographs his neighborhood in an attempt to prove otherwise.

CROSS REFERENCE
Written/Directed by Brent Buffington, Produced by Kelly Palmer, Meg Wechter & Lauren Stockner, 12 min 55 sec, Winner – August FilmSlam

Zach is a new employee at the local library.  While working his first day, he uncovers a secret behind what goes on afterhours.

 

BUBBLEGUM SMACKERS

KYLE COX

A BIRD’S SONG

TWO OLD NUTS

FILM FEST: WE COULD DO THIS IN SANFORD

THE BALLAD OF POISONBERRY PETE

BEWARE OF MONSTER

METRONOME

KLSTRDC

SUNSHINE

UN DIA (EXTRA) ORDINARIO

CROSS REFERENCE

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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

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