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22nd Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 4

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.

CHLOE
Written/Directed by John Wikstrom, Produced by Lexa Payne, Florida State University, 7 min, 30 sec

From the intimacy only possible from a dog’s point of view, meet Dean and Amber and peek into the moments that aren’t supposed to have an audience.

THE RACE
Written/Directed/Produced by Nia Alavezos, University of Central Florida, 1 min

A group of toys gather to watch a race.

PLEASE FORGIVE ME
Written/Directed/Produced by Jennifer Woods, Daytona State College, 2 min 38 sec

Gently exploring the subject of suicide, the filmmaker tells the story of her father’s death while revealing her thoughts and feelings regarding the loss.

RUNAWAY RENN
Written/Directed by Zachary Johnson, Produced by Katie Mackley, Florida State University, 12 min 52 sec

The Principal’s office wasn’t on Renn’s birthday list.  Neither was being stuck in the care of her teenage sister.  Fed up, she runs away, wish list in hand to make sure she puts the special back in her day…with her older sister hot on her heels.

VALIDATION THEORY
Written/Directed by Ermir Bakraci, Produced by Jared Ross King, University of Central Florida, 6 min 54 sec, Winner – August FilmSlam

A couple’s relationship begins to quickly unravel when the discovery of a nursing home brochure reveals hidden intentions and subdued sentiments.

WHO IS MICHAEL?
Written/Directed by Taylor Knaub, Produced by Rollins College Department of Critical Media and Cultural Studies, 15 min

A documentary look into the King of Pop, and how Michael Jackson himself utilized the power of celebrity position in the media world to be a performer not just on stage, but throughout his entire life.

SONG OF THE KNIGHT
Written/Directed/Produced by Steven Ray, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 4 sec

A knight named Alonzo has a rather annoying friend that won’t stop singing. 

SPY FOX
Written/Directed/Produced by Kendra Phillips, Yoav Shtibelman & Taylor Clutter, Ringling College of Art and Design, 4 min 31 sec

When an evil shark tries to flood the planet with his laser satellite, it’s up to Agent Fox to stop him and save the day.

MOONBOUNCE
Written/Directed by Michael Kefeyalew, Produced by Max Allman, Florida State University, 6 min 47 sec

On their way back from a birthday party at the park, a stressed-out mother and her rambunctious young son are confronted with a terrible sight—a woman has hung herself in front of her home.

THERAPEUTIC
Written/Directed by Matt Crews, Produced by Steven Holland, University of Central Florida, 4 min

When a disturbed young man’s bicycle is stolen, he turns to the imaginary friend of his youth who convinces him to take matters into his own hands.

CLIFF
Written/Directed by Drew Angle, Produced by Tatiana Bears, Florida State University, 7 min 22 sec

As each day passes, Cliff waits for his greater purpose to find him.  He yearns for the freedom and isolation of a wild animal, but cannot escape the vices that connect him to the rest of humanity.

INSIGHT TO STRENGTHS
Written/Directed/Produced by Jen Ackerman, 8 min 39 sec, Winner – January FilmSlam

A documentary illustrating the strengths sifted out of living in the minority status of LGBT individuals.  The coming-out stories are accompanied by the creation of art.

LEND A HAND
Written/Directed/Co-produced by Tyler Falbo, Co-produced by Chelsea Kenny, University of Central Florida, 6 min 54 sec

After a night of heavy drinking, Anthony wakes up still intoxicated.  That won’t be the worst part of his day.

CHLOE

THE RACE

PLEASE FORGIVE ME

RUNAWAY RENN

VALIDATION THEORY

WHO IS MICHAEL?

SONG OF THE KNIGHT

SPY FOX

MOONBOUNCE

THERAPEUTIC

CLIFF

INSIGHT TO STRENGTHS

LEND A HAND

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