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Brouhaha Film Showcase #1

November 19 @ 11:00 am - 9:30 pm

$11
The 30th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase has become one of the premier outlets for locally produced films and videos, the best work from film schools statewide, and a fun-filled gathering for lovers of independent film. Audiences are made up of filmmakers, film educators, local production representatives, industry organization members, and the general public, all fascinated by the scope and creativity of films screened each year representing the entire spectrum of Florida’s immense talent pool.
FREE for Enzian Members!
PARAVISION
Written/Directed/Produced by Madison Jones, University of Central Florida, 3 min 50 sec
In her grandparents’ house, Becca finds an old camcorder. Through it, she meets a ghost, who is trapped and needs help to escape.
TABLOID
Written/Directed by Indie DiMartino, Produced by Gabby Carbone, Florida State University, 5 min 44 sec
Tabloid follows the ramblings of a young magazine photographer, as she conducts an imaginary in-bedroom interview with herself. Through a chaotic series of hyper-stylized vignettes, we get a glimpse into her attempts to explain away her stalker-like job of tailing a young fashion icon.
SPEAK
Written/Directed/Produced by Robin Hoffman, 12 min
After being teased by classmates, a young girl with a speech impediment gains confidence through learning we all have things about ourselves we try to hide.
COTTONMOUTH
Co-written/Co-directed/Produced by Cecelia Leone Hubbard, Co-written/Co-directed by Abisel Baez, Co-written by Corey Marr, Casey Glazer, Kahlil Collazo, University of Central Florida, 4 min 8 sec
A demonic sock puppet turns the tables on an assassin in this fun genre-blender.
THE GOOD HARVEST
Directed/Produced by Melanie Cedeño-Lopez, University of Central Florida, 14 min 11 sec, In Spanish with English subtitles
Despite many obstacles, Paola dreams of turning her Colombian-style cafe into a national franchise.
GOYA CALLED
Written/Directed by Patrick Moser, Flagler College, 4 min 17 sec
Elements of drawn stop-motion animation, puppetry, painting and monotype printmaking combine in this poetic narrative imagining a phantasmic visit to from Goya to contemporary North Florida. A new experimental work from the director of Brouhaha 2021’s The Yes Yes Fish.
NO I’M NOT LYIN’ BEAUTIFUL
Written by Axel Gabi, Directed by Tammy Premchan & Katie Smith, Winter Park High School, 3 min 12 sec
After discovering music, Axel gets transported into a colorful world, meeting new friends who guide him through a melodic escapade. Winner of both the Grand Jury Award and the Audience Award at the 2022 Reel Short Teen Film Festival!
GOODBYE TALLAHASSEE, I HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND
Written/Directed by Bretton A. Miller, Produced by Landon Hogue, Florida State University, 8 min 42 sec
Goodbye [good-bahy] interjection: a concluding remark used at parting. Tallahassee [tal-uh-has-ee] noun: A vortex of a city that never lets you go.
SIREN’S CALL
Written/Directed by Megan Lynn Baer, Produced by Matthew Romanski, Florida State University, 7 min 29 sec
A siren and a lonely sailor seek a life together on land, only to realize what happiness they share is far from everlasting. A mythical transformation begins, and a heartbreaking choice threatens to bring their love story to an end.
FATHER
Written/Directed/Produced by Dominic Traverzo, 3 min 10 sec
A woman reflects on a harrowing childhood memory about her father.
A WORLD UNDER GLASS
Directed /Produced by Thomas D’Antuono, University of Central Florida, 5 min 50 sec
A married couple working together at a pinball museum explore the state of pinball and what it means to them.
CERAMIC RABBIT
Written/Directed by Linnea Haga & Isobel Cassidy, University of Central Florida, 6 min 31 sec
Two ceramic rabbits try to rebuild their shattered home as they confront the fear of being broken.
CHURCH CAMP
Written/Directed by Andrew D Bourne, Produced by Jaeyln Ellis, Florida State University, 13 min 42 sec
Josh, a gawky camp counselor who puts the bi in Bible Camp, teeters on the edge of coming out to the entire camp.
2022, 93 minutes

Details

Date:
November 19
Time:
11:00 am - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$11
Event Categories:
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Website:
enzian.org/film/brouhaha-program-1

Organizer

Enzian Theater

Venue

Enzian Theater
1300 S Orlando Ave
Maitland, FL 32751 United States
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