Spring 2016 Student Film Showcase

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Spring 2016 Student Film Showcase

  1. Tuesday, May 3, 2016 7:00 p.m.
  2. Wednesday, May 4, 2016 7:00 p.m.
spring 2016 StudentFilms
Films in this program are curated from projects produced in courses across Indiana University–Bloomington.


PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY MAY 3, 2016


MOTOR MOTOR SPEEDWAY (2:15 min)
By Mat Whiteley
A live-action and animated adventure around the racetrack of motor motor speedway! It’ll be a strange and wild ride!


DARKNESS (1:55 min)
By Katelyn Coenna
This non-narrative film conveys the internal struggles one goes through but doesn’t show to the outside world.


CRY AT MOVIES (4:39 min)
By Brian Boucher, Jessica Hand, Chris Redding Jr, Lindsey Zecherle, Alex Vepestad, Halcyon Retseck & Cody Camp.
In love we sometimes drift between dreams and reality. This short film whimsically dabbles in both.


CROWS THAT BE (11:08 min)
By Joel Chapman & Andrew Johnson
Experimental film.


MY COMPUTER DOES NOT WORK WELL (3:02 min)
By Choonghee Lee
Bach implied; splice-free and light, airy, soft-focus reflections on and through the back window of a car returning from the beach.


VOCAL POWER: A NEWS TEAM 6 EXCLUSIVE (3:33 min)
By Adam Decker
News team 6 reporter Chance Daniels interviews the brave and forward thinking Adam Andrews about the brave and controversial steps he is taking in an attempt to simplify his life.


FOREST SONG (2:33 min)
By Mark Sniadecki
An abstract and meditative journey through life, death, and rebirth. Alerts: Contains flickering light Imagery.


IU OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY (2:00 min)
By Daniel Lipson
Dan Lipson takes us into IU’s Office of Sustainability to learn more about their Education & Research Working Group.


GREEN LIGHT (8:41 min)
By Bryce Ferendo
Two men attempt to figure out the workings of a mysterious room controlled by a green light.


THROWING (9:04 min)
By Kathryn Agnes Baczeski
Cohorts in clay, Kathryn Baczeski and Paul Maloney strive to push and utilize the clay and ceramic medium to its unlimited potential, as well as one another.


DISDAIN (19:37 min)
By Matt Brezina
A mysterious double homicide sets off the exploits of reporter Ariatne Revel and the mysterious Vanguard.


HEADSPACE (1:42 min)
By Janessa Tamez
Computer animation.


HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION (3:03 min)
By Christopher Fuchs
This short feature explores the essence of Human Computer Interaction Design.


DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE (2:34 min)
By McKenna Maxwell
A girl descends a set of stairs and finds a birthday party that she was not looking for.


ONE BOTTLE (7:00 min)
By Anna Legge
A college student ventures out to buy a bottle of alcohol on his 21st birthday.


PROGRAM FOR WEDNESDAY MAY 4, 2016


JULIUS SMASHING (2:30 min)
By Thomas Jaeger
A one-shot look at Julius Dolls, a Bloomington musician who lives his life with the mantra “Life is beautiful, sometimes.”


BEDTIME (3:02 min)
By Alexander Zorn
A man attempts to fall asleep in the midst of noisy neighbors.


FUNCTION BREWING (5:09 min)
By Kelsey Gumm
Arlyn and Steve made a life change and now own and operate a pub.


BIG AL/LITTLE ERN (3:01 min)
By Chad Serhal
This is a portrait of a man who gave up what he loved for fatherhood. Taken from a family archive of 8mm film, shot in Reno, Las Vegas, and Michigan City, Indiana by my mother.


HOME (2:56 min)
By Brooke Wehrle
A trip back home.


ECHOES OF CHILDHOOD (2:46 min)
By Yasmin Al-Jawad
There is nothing to do for a playground but to wait until the local children deem it worthy of their time.


JidJid/SitSit (3:22 min)
By Chad Serhal
An 8mm film shows the patriarch of a large Lebanese family, mourning the first Christmas after the loss of the matriarch, with a voice-over by his son, now the patriarch of his own family 50 years later.


MUTANT DIVORCE SQUAD (21:40 min)
By Brian Berger, Ashley Chambers, Bailey Hamersly, Karl Behrens, Alex Crouch, & Drew Daniels
An overzealous singer of a garage rock band, forces his own ambitions on his group mates when he gets presented an opportunity to break into the industry.


LIFE CYCLE OF A HUMAN (4:33 min) By Choonghee Lee

This stop-motion animation film shows human life cycle form birth to death.


AN ILLIBERAL ART: IU AND THE HISTORY OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM (10:29 min)
By Jackson Gandour
This documentary examines a chapter of Indiana University’s history.


B-PARTISAN (3:08 min)
By Morgan Burris, Christine Brackenhoff, & Jackson Garrison
With production support by Var Brynildssen, and starring Maria Bluck and Jack McWilliams. Can love find its way across political party lines? This timely short provides an answer.


EQUITY ON CAMPUS (6:01 min)
By Thomas Jaeger
This documentary addresses the challenges faced by transgender individuals.


WALKABOUT (4:08 min)
By Mitchel Fee
Filmmaker Mitchel Fee explores the art and passion of a motorcycle enthusiast.


JACOBS SCHOOL OF MUSIC (7:47 min)
By Yasmin Al-Jawad
A look at the exacting work required of music students at the Jacobs Schools of Music.


ONE BOTTLE (7:15 min)
By Anna Legge
A college student ventures out to buy a bottle of alcohol on his 21st birthday.