1. Do It in 72 2011


    from Joel Baird Added 80 0 0

    These are entries from the 2011 MCAT Do It in 72 Film Festival. Contestants competed with short films made in 72 hours. All the films had to include a few elements which were not revealed to the participants until 72 hours before the finishing deadline.

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    • San Diego Music Videos 2015


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      Sit back, relax and check out 30 music videos produced in San Diego with local bands, filmmakers, actors crew and more! On April 3, 2015, a mixer was held to bring the music and film communities closer together. Many genres and styles were represented as well as many diverse and talented artists were in the room. This are the videos that were screened at the event. Sponsored by the Redwoods Music Collective, Film Consortium San Diego, San Diego Film Awards, Parker Edison of GMG [Glassera Movie Group], The T Lounge and the 48 Hour Film Project. Songs/Bands: Reflections of Home by Transfer Mr Kharmicel by Aki Kharmicel Doobies in the Deep End by Moodswing King We're Gonna Get you High by Grand Tarantula Caution by the Midnight Pine Empire State by R.A. Rosenborg Variations in the key by Floating Abstractions Cuts like a winter by Rebecca Jade and the Cold Fact Let's Get Medicated by Head Trip Superstar The Pretender by Cherri Bomb Exit Music For A Film by the Midnight Pine Kills me every time by Transfer Sights and Sounds Documentary Trailer by Aki Kharmicel Cemetery Bride by the Palace Ballroom Empty Without you by Scribe Sayer Love you to death by Head Trip Superstar Sofia by Ed Ghost Tucker Boss Key Ought by BDP&T Still Bad Blood by Transfer Let it Ride by the Palace Ballroom Images of Jah by Real J. Wallace Olvida by Paco Mufote Wish it Wasn't you by Lady and the Lion Raven by Generik Born of Blood by Mascara Monsters Anarchy By Psychothermia Nine Levels of Bliss by Danyavaad Aladdin by Kiravell Secret Garden By Boyzalicious Get Em Up by Fifty50 Order selected by Alfred Howard Edited by Eric Crosby.

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      • Blue Briefs


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        A collection of six gay-themed short films about relationships and the pain of love, including: REQUITED (directed by Sal Bardo), BOYS LIKE YOU (directed by Daniel Armando), WE ONCE WERE TIDE (directed by Jason Bradbury), REVOLUTION (directed by Abdi Nazemian), THE IN-BETWEEN (directed by Alain Hain) and FROZEN ROADS (directed by Mark Pariselli).

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        • JRS Short Film Festival Workshop: Lights, Camera, Action!


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          Lights, Camera, Action! - A free workshop on Pre-Production as part of the Filmmaker Workshop Series for the John Rosenfeld Studios Short Film Festival. Special Guests: Jeremiah Jones - http://www.100to1productions.com/ Patrick Cavanaugh - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0146941/ Mike Nelson, of Samy's Camera - http://www.samys.com/ To View JRS Short Film Festival Offical Rules: http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=6fc99b94e0f3d8c772c2409bc&id=26acd436c2&e=b858080e01 To View Previous JRS Short Film Festival Films http://jrsshortfilmfest.tumblr.com/

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          • 24 Hour Theatre 2013


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            Holland Christian High School's Drama Department presents: 24 Hour Theatre. 4 teams of students writing, directing, and producing 4 shows 10-15 minute Theatre productions in only 24 hours. The High School Film class also presented a couple short films that created during this semester which screened in between shows.

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            • AIFF 2012 - 96 Hours Film Lab Reel


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              AIFF 2012 - 96 Hours Film Lab Reel

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              • 'PROBING' - Gay Feature Film (2014)


                from Dan Fry Added 27.1K 28 7

                Danny's partner, Jakob, disappears from the face of the earth. Before Danny finds enough time to absorb and look for Jakob to get some answers ---- he finds himself in a white clinical room undergoing some very bizarre questioning from strange sounding 'beings' behind a glass window. Danny drifts in and out of consciousness often, leaving him wondering whether his situation is actually real, or maybe he's undergoing a very surreal and disturbing dream. He endures much probing and tests, but all the while still holds on to hope that he will one day be reunited with his long term partner, Jakob. This hope becomes even more palpable when the strange 'beings' regularly throw Jakob into the equation and elude to knowing of his whereabouts. This, in turn, evokes a very strong emotional retaliation from Danny, and provides the power and fighting ability to deal with the tasks ahead. The film is told in 5 Chapters. The first three all occur within the testing confinement. The fourth takes us back to earth where the celestial 'Beings' have set a very difficult task to undertake, and the fifth and final chapter takes us to a stunning beach location where only celestial spirits can levitate freely without a worry in the world or being in the world. This is a feature about world destruction, world hope, homophobia, hope for equality, but most of all questions whether we would, if we could, choose to exist somewhere ethereal, where everyone is equal, away from a radical authoritarian world. The tracks in this film can be found on the below links: http://soundcloud.com/artdjbugajoeJoseph Roy https://www.youtube.com/user/jmrsonybmg The Cracked - www.the-cracked.com

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                • Absurbia: Four Tales


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                  In these four short stories from the same suburban street, a math teacher confronts the nemesis that he met in a dream, a couple hosts a gathering with not-so-neighborly motives, an effeminate boy revolts against his tyrannical mother, and a reclusive young man lives in his bathroom to avoid meeting his date.

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                  • HI HATER THE DOCUMENTARY (Full Feature Film Sneak Peek)


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                    New house? New Car? New toys? New shoes? Haters are gonna hate, as we veer into the vicinity of the vexed, and barrel to the bottom of the bitterness, exploring the origins of envy, and the jaw-dropping effects of jealousy’s jabs. Hi Hater: The Documentary. Available for viewing online for a limited, sneak-peek time only. Watch now before it's gone!

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                    • 2013 Undergraduate Diamond Screen Film Festival


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                      The Diamond Screen Film Festival showcases the best work by up-and-coming filmmakers in the Film and Media Arts program. The festival offers short films made by undergraduate FMA students in the 2012-2013 academic year, including dramas, experimental pieces, and animations. The films shown in this program are as follows: Chroma, directed by Allegra Norris A Man Who Takes the Place of (ep. 1), directed by Samuel Campbell The Witmans, directed by Joe Lee Unlike, directed by Garret Diffenbaugh Guests of a Nation, directed by Daniel Speers A Man Who Takes the Place of (ep. 2), directed by Taylor Shuster The Puppet, directed by Yuchao Feng The Midnight Dragon, directed by Brendan Grant The Duet, directed by Connor Griffin

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