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22nd Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 1

Regular admission is only $5 per program with a $10 Showcase Pass which covers all 4 programs over both days. Admission is FREE for Enzian Film Society members and participating filmmakers! Click here to join or renew today.


KIDS
Written/Directed by Sean Osorio, Produced by Germaine Rigg, 4 min 54 sec, Winner – September FilmSlam

During their lunch break, three young adults attempt to escape from their mundane lives by recapturing their once lost childhood.

UNVEILED
Written/Directed by Courtney Harmstone, Produced by Barbara Soares, Florida State University, 8 min 44 sec

Mira, a Muslim-American teenager, has been invited to her first house party by her popular best friend.  Once there, she feels pressured to adopt the customs and behavior of her schoolmates to fit in.  But is that what she really wants?

THE STORY
Written/Directed/Produced by Ashlee Guest, Daytona State College, 2 min 31sec

The first in a series of films that will address pivotal life experiences, this short doc consists of interviews in which individuals describe memories of their first kiss.

THE ESSENCE OF LIVING
Written/Directed/Co-produced by Alain Gr-Polanco, Co-produced by Christopher Lee Fatt, Dr. Phillips High School, 8 min 19 sec

A man’s journey to find himself and what he has lost.

GOLDTOOTH
Written/Directed by Lauren Brinkman, Co-produced by Adam Ruckersfeldt & Debra Wasser, Florida State University, 8 min 30 sec

Eight-year-old Debbie hates cleaning for her Nana.  What she needs is a fairy godmother, but what she gets is a pimp.

THE PAST
Written/Directed/Produced by Sean Sida & Garrett Callahan, Full Sail University, 6 min

Disillusioned and alone, Joseph wanders along the beach and discovers buried memories and mysterious glowing cubes.

DEAD TO RIGHTS
Written/Directed/Produced by Daniel Neil, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 16 sec

Wilson unwittingly thwarts Death at every turn by doing good deeds.

BRAIN DIVIDED
Written/Directed/Produced by Josiah Haworth, Joon Soo Song & Joon Shik Song, Ringling College of Art & Design, 4 min 58 sec

The story of an ordinary guy who meets a not-so-ordinary girl, but his brain cells just can’t agree on how to win her over.

DARREN OCKERT: A MINI DOCUMENTARY
Written/Directed/Co-produced by Hector M. Sanchez Jr., Co-produced by Darren Ockert, 10 min, Winner – February FilmSlam

Singer, songwriter, and producer Darren Ockert shows us the struggles of making music and the toll of being an openly gay artist in the industry.

KAMY
Written/Directed by Chelsie Holler, Produced by Ken McDonough, University of Central Florida, 2 min 25 sec

Something unexpected happens when a priest and some prostitutes run into each other one late night at a diner.

METH: DAY 1
Written/Directed by Dan Ballester, Produced by James Noir, University of Central Florida, 8 min 19 sec

A dark comedy about drugs, death, and demonic possession.

MIAMI’S PIT FALL
Written/Directed by Andrea Seamans, Produced by Yesenia Rodriguez, Miami Dade College, 22 min 58 sec

In 1989 Miami Dade County passed a controversial pit bull ordinance due to an attack on a little girl and her mother.  23 years later, the breed is still outlawed and the fight to repeal the ban continues.  This is a story of love, fear, and discrimination.

KIDS

UNVEILED

THE STORY

THE ESSENCE OF LIVING

GOLDTOOTH

THE PAST

DEAD TO RIGHTS

BRAIN DIVIDED

DARREN OCKERT: A MINI DOCUMENTARY

KAMY

METH: DAY 1

MIAMI’S PIT FALL

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