22nd Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 3’s Movie Poster

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22nd Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 3

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.


AISHITERU
Written/Directed by Mikhail Howell, Produced by Steven Holland, University of Central Florida, 13 min 13 sec, Winner – June FilmSlam

In a story that spans centuries, Julie, Martha, Jin and Matias struggle to find and protect their love against national borders both in the present and the past.

SMALL WORLDS
Written/Directed/Produced by Steven Sobel, Daytona State College, 2 min 43 sec

Macro photography helps us gain a better appreciation of the little creatures we share our environment with.

JOSÉ
Written/Directed by Joel Black, Produced by Luxi Jin, Florida State University, 6 min 39 sec

A Colombian immigrant, faced with language and cultural barriers, struggles with loneliness while working in a Chinese restaurant in the US to support his family back home.

BYE HYUNGJIK
Written/Directed by Hyungjik Lee, Produced by Peter Davis, Florida State University, 7 min 17 sec

A homesick South Korean student filmmaker in an American film school decides to make an autobiographical film about his desire to go home.

THE FLY
Written/Directed by Jarelis Cabrera, Trinity Preparatory School, 2 min 29 sec

A stop-motion action film about the daily adventures of a housefly set to the music of Jukebox the Ghost.

JEFF FERN ON HIKING
Written by Austin Stephan, Directed by Brittany Raspo, Seminole High School, 7 min 11 sec

A certified Eagle Scout takes us on a hike through the Seminole Econ River Wilderness area.

PECK POCKETED
Written/Directed/Produced by Kevin Herron, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 16 sec

When a rich elderly woman falls asleep on a park bench one day, a bird seizes the opportunity to improve his living situation.

RUNAWAY
Written/Directed/Produced by Susan Yung, Emily Buchanan & Esther Parobek, Ringling College of Art and Design, 3 min 37 sec

A small assumption can cause big problems in this tale of an unfortunate misunderstanding between Stanley and his treasured 1950s refrigerator named Chillie.

SERIAL TAXI
Written/Directed/Produced by Paolo Cogliati, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 15 sec

A young businesswoman takes a chilling ride when she realizes her cabdriver could be the notorious Taxi Killer.

SEPARATE
Written/Directed/Produced by Ben Whitson & Sina Eslami, Flagler College, 5 min 43 sec

A Super 8mm film that explores the moment at the end of a relationship when it is time to let go.

BITTERSWEET
Written by Heather Brumley, Directed by Grant Martin, Produced by Anthony Lietz, Full Sail University, 13 min 28 sec, Winner – July FilmSlam

Hopeful that his talents might be recognized by the local community, young dessert baker Lawrence Graham ambitiously tackles his first commissioned assignment.

WHAT’S LEFT BEHIND
Written/Directed by Dana Fytelson, Produced by Kyara Lombre, Florida State University, 6 min 3 sec

Waking up in the middle of his campsite, the last thing Jeffrey remembers is smiling at his wife hanging laundry.  Now he finds himself in a life-altering situation and his daughter’s safety in jeopardy.

A HERO’S HERO
Written/Directed by Logan Czyzewski, Dr. Phillips High School, 5 min 11 sec

A documentary on the relationship between an Army veteran dad who served in Vietnam and his World Series-winning, baseball champion son—meet Jimmy and Johnny Damon.

LITTLE AFRICA
Written/Directed by Curtis Adair, Produced by Justin Oney, Florida State University, 15 min 13 sec

Tom Moore, a biracial cop passing as white, avoids taking sides in skirmishes between blacks and whites in 1921 Tulsa.  But when his fellow officers, who are unaware of his true identity, lead a racist lynch mob to burn the black community they call “Little Africa,” Tom must risk it all to protect his mother from the town massacre.

AISHITERU

SMALL WORLDS

JOSÉ

BYE HYUNGJIK

THE FLY

JEFF FERN ON HIKING

PECK POCKETED

RUNAWAY

SERIAL TAXI

SEPARATE

BITTERSWEET

WHAT’S LEFT BEHIND

A HERO’S HERO

LITTLE AFRICA

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