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PFF.5 Student Short Film Showcase: 2 p.m.
View finalists in the high school and college competition and cast your vote for the Audience Favorite Award!
Ballots will be given out at 2 p.m. and collected at the end of the showcase.
Q+A with filmmakers in attendance.
High School films in competition
STATIC by Crawford Lemoine 2:10
This short film explores aspects of paranoia and how it can affect those who have it.
RELIANCE by Peyton Finch 1:28
This film is inspired by the European Black Death period. The overall theme is how humans rely on other humans to survive.
MOMENTARY GOLD by Dane Bachman 6:43
An aging teenager must decide between keeping his childhood toys or throwing them away.
College films in competition
FEED MY PEOPLE by Nicholas Vessell, (Delgado, 7:38)
A group of friends go out to feed the homeless of New Orleans every Saturday.
RELEASING EURYDICE by Tracy Norwood (UNO, 11:08)
A sultry singer becomes caught in the depths of the music business’s underworld.
HERITAGE by Langston Williams (UNO, 10:58)
After 13 years of incarceration, a father wants to reconnect with his son until a robbery at a convenience store may deprive him of the opportunity.
A MIND LIKE THIS by Marco Colosimo (Loyola, 2:49)
A closer look at creativity and Attention Deficit Disorder.
A SWARM COME APRIL by Mary McDade Casteel (UNO, 11:57)
A small religious community prepares for a series of insect swarms that terrorize them every spring.
RACHEL’S MADCAP THEATER by Joey Laura (UNO, 11:58)
An eccentric puppeteer’s obnoxious boyfriend crosses the line, and her family of puppets plan a comical mutiny.
SPLITTING MAUL by Trenton Mynatt (UNO, 13:00)
When a group of outlaws arrive at his doorstep, Red is left to confront family history and make a choice to be the hero to his son or to be a craven.