21st Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase PROGRAM # 4’s Movie Poster

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21st Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase PROGRAM # 4

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YOU HAVE THIS LONG
Written/Directed by Brian Quain, Produced by Darren Dean & Mark Cleary, 4 min

A father is desperate to send his “newly recruited” daughter into her first day of school and uses her least favorite food as a stopwatch.

MARCHING TO SANFORD
Produced/Directed by JP Eason & Christopher Ramsey, 17 min

A group of college students march from Daytona to Sanford in protest of the Sanford Police Department’s response to the Trayvon Martin shooting.

WASTED MY TIME
Written/Directed by Nick Flamand, Produced by Flamand Productions, Dr. Phillips High School, 3 min 45 sec

A music video for the song “Wasted My Time” by 12:20.

THE NECKLACE
Co-written/Directed by Clementine Leger, Co-written/Produced by Billy Yates, Rollins College, 4 min

A social justice short about food insecure households.

NIGHT OF SWING
Written by Allie Boleslawski, Produced by Rene Otero, Directed by Dylan Harrington, Full Sail University, 9 min 34 sec

The true story of legendary jazz drummer Gene Krupa and his rise to fame.

RAISING THE TITANIC
Written/Produced/Directed by Alexander Mitchell, Florida State University, 8 min 4 sec

This short doc examines the work of RMS Titanic Incorporated, the steward and sole salvager of the Titanic, and the controversy over its decision to hold a private auction in which they will sell more than 5,000 artifacts from the wreck site for over $189 million dollars.

MY LITTLE FRIEND
Written/Produced/Directed by Eric Prah, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 10 sec

Hubert the Hobo is looking for food when he comes across a cute little pigeon.

THE CASE OF THE BROKEN LAMP
Written/Produced/Directed by Alberto Begueri, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min

Malcolm, an 8-year-old detective, investigates the scene of the crime with his pet partner, Watson.

THE BEST LAID PLANS – A JOURNEY INTO ALZHEIMER’S
Written/Produced/Directed by John Hilton, Southeast Center for Photographic Studies at Daytona State/UCF, 7 min

A brief exploration of the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s Disease both on the victim and the caretaker, and how one couple’s retirement dream abruptly ended with an unexpected and horrifying diagnosis.

WINTER CLOTHES
Directed by Geoff Levy, University of Central Florida, 5 min 30 sec

In this look into the hardships of long-distance relationships, Jamie and Ellyce tell stories to one another over the phone in an attempt to meet in their dreams.

PUPSOCK & WENDELL VS. THE SKY PIRATES
Written/Directed by Patrick Algermissen, Produced by Thomas Mumme, 5 min, Winner – July FilmSlam

They’re back!  When Princess Kathryn is abducted and held on a flying pirate ship, her husband the Prince turns to Professional Princess Rescuers Pupsock & Wendell.  A spry action comedy featuring a mix of puppets, live actors, and animation.

KILLER KART
Written/Directed by James Feeney, Produced by Andrew Fairbank, Florida State University, 14 min 41 sec

The shopping cart.  Four wheels, one basket, and tonight, for the closing crew of a small-town grocery store, a blood-drenched aluminum nightmare.  Winner of the Best Horror-Comedy Short award at the recent Screamfest in Los Angeles.

 

YOU HAVE THIS LONG

MARCHING TO SANFORD

WASTED MY TIME

THE NECKLACE

NIGHT OF SWING

RAISING THE TITANIC

MY LITTLE FRIEND

THE CASE OF THE BROKEN LAMP

THE BEST LAID PLANS – A JOURNEY INTO ALZHEIMER’S

WINTER CLOTHES

PUPSOCK & WENDELL VS. THE SKY PIRATES

KILLER KART

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