Crimson Film Festival 2016

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Crimson Film Festival 2016

  1. Monday, December 12, 2016 7:00 p.m.
Still image from the film The Unlovable Mime and the Beer-Faced Girl
Back for its fourth year in a row, the Crimson Film Festival celebrates the work of Indiana University students and regional filmmakers each fall. It is put on by the Student Cinema Guild, an organization where all IU Bloomington students can collaborate to gain the experience and preparation they need to work in the entertainment industry. Students write, direct, produce, and showcase their films and work together to learn and grow as media creators. SCG provides the support, equipment, monthly workshops, and networking sessions for members. Weekly meetings take place Thursdays at 8 p.m. in IU Radio-TV 251. (Digital Presentation) Creepiness Directed by Kevin Carpenter 3 minutes and 10 seconds Vague Directed by Madeleine Lucia 9 minutes and 12 seconds RED (trailer) 2 minutes and 16 seconds Psychic vs. Psycho Directed by Kevin Carpenter 6 minutes and 57 seconds Observations of Fragility Directed by Rena Johnson and John Garcia 4 minutes and 54 seconds No Perro Directed by Zachary Zurcher 8 minutes and 9 seconds The Unlovable Mime and the Beer-Faced Girl Directed by Hunter Huddleston 15 minutes Downhill Rider Pop Quiz Directed by Racer X 2 minutes and 10 seconds The Bigfoot Hunters Directed by Jacob Schorr 9 minutes Dreamer Directed by Racer X 1 minute and 27 seconds Final Directed by Max Vickers 4 minutes and 2 seconds The Water In my Bones Directed by Joshua Byron 2 minutes and 54 seconds Melancholia Directed by Rena Johnson and Joseph Garcia 4 minutes and 2 seconds Ballade Directed by Joseph M. Harrell 9 minutes and 23 seconds