Brouhaha Program #4
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A COLOURFUL RED
Written/Directed/Produced by Costa Karalis & Jack Owen, Florida State University, 12 min 6 sec
Accepting a job for a high-profile client, an amateur photographer travels to Indonesia and becomes part of a plot affecting hundreds in the freelance industry.
Written/Directed/Produced by Maria Passafaro, Florida State University, 1 min 39 sec
When Bull Sluice is thrown into a river by his heartless owner, he decides it is every kayak for himself, come hell or high water.
Written/Directed/Produced by Grace Brauer, University of Central Florida, 3 min 1 sec
The Lake Wales Ridge is an unassuming strip of land in Florida with a rich geological past. This silent experimental work shot in 16mm explores this history.
THE THINGS I LOVE, FOR ME
Written/Directed by Siara-Lauren Brown, Produced by Zach Freeman, Florida State University, 7 min 42 sec
Mills, a 23-year-old artist, learns the importance of individuality and independence when her partner, Aurelie, leaves town for a master’s program.
Co-written/Directed/Produced by Ramon Faria, Co-written by Felipe Campos, Full Sail University, 10 min 24 sec
After years of loneliness, elderly Mr. Nakashima gets a robot.
Written/Directed by Evan Barber, Produced by Carrie Carusone, Florida State University, 7 min 27 sec
When Julia magically brings to life a CPR Mannequin, naturally they fall in love. But regardless of how exceptional their love is, relationships are hard.
Written/Directed/Produced by Becky Johnson, Daytona State College, 2 min 19 sec
A local Florida surfer discusses the current disaster state of the ocean and ways to help clean up the environment.
CUL DE SAC
Written/Directed by Spencer Shack, Produced by Nick Gammon & Mike Tran, University of Central Florida, 10 min 4 sec
Two group-home brothers navigate living poor in a small African-American suburb.
Written/Directed by Allison Rossi, Ida Zhu & Becky Seamans, Ringling College of Art and Design, 3 min 55 sec
A teenage boy named Aiden goes to his grandmother Pearl’s house for the day. When he’s repeatedly rude and ignores Pearl, her knit cats decide to take matters into their own paws and teach the boy a lesson.
THE LAST SUMMER
Written/Directed by Will Stead, Produced by Tony Ashley, Florida State University, 7 min 39 sec
In Nazi Germany, young, closeted Ben fears for his own safety as he learns that his world is about to become even more dangerous for him and his best friend.
Written/Directed/Produced by Tyler Vogel, Florida State University, 7 min 48 sec
Feminine gay men not only receive pressure from society to be more masculine, but also face discrimination from other gay men.
Written/Directed by Imo Rolfe, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 21 sec
Meet an unlikely pair of feathered dinosaurs: a flamboyant velociraptor who wears his feathers with pride, and a reserved ankylosaur who refuses to accept that real dinosaurs can have feathers in the first place.
Written/Directed/Produced by Scott Poiley, 12 min 13 sec
“Sound Language” takes place in a world where spoken word has long been forgotten, and people use rhythm to communicate. A dance piece evoking both “Stomp” and “Mad Max!”
Total Running Time: 89 min