All posts in 2017 MWFF

Sakurai’s “The Stream VII” is a calm representation of natural world

In the man-made waterways of rice paddies, the water in nature must follow artificial rules. In that way, nature is made abstract, giving rise to a new form of beauty […]

Bauch’s “Dubstep” is a psychedelic project to watch again and again

“Dubstep” is a music video featuring a man and his journey with hallucinogenics. Student director Garrett Bauch took the opportunity to polish his editing skills and put an especially creative […]

Addison Groove’s “Changa” is a colorful explosion

Lose your mind with this warped and wonderful journey through preternatural dance moves. Q/A with Creative Director Alex Johnson 1. What first drew you to pursue making this specific film project? […]

Ramos’s “8.1 Degrees of Guilt” reveals guilt and painful trauma

Imagine being born from a “sterile” woman and being treated as a miracle baby. Imagine experiencing the most devastating earthquake in Mexican history and being cursed as a kid by […]

“Moving Southwark” documents the incredible world of dance

The dying moments of 24 dancers, each consumed by the city of London. “Moving Southwark” is a magical realist expression of London’s medieval backyard directed by Jevan Chowdhury. Jevan Chowdhury […]

“Greg Loves a Human” is a compelling and creative narrative

Greg and Jeff are two ghouls, scrambling to find a last minute human sacrifice. Jeff’s mind is on the job, but Greg’s heart is on a girl. If you’d like […]

Jason Fitzgerald sheds a light on loneliness in “Shakes”

A man feels his entire world constantly shaking, making for a lonely existence… until a friendship is imposed upon him by his equally isolated neighbour. Director Jason Fitzgerald brings us […]

Hardy-Carnac’s “Tunisia 2045” shows the desperation in all of us

A father and his daughter are waiting, worried and tired. A simple gesture could decide their future… Q/A with Ted Hardy-Carnac 1. What first drew you to pursue making this specific […]

Vanderlip’s “An Echo of Oceans” explores the unknown

Drowning in the depths, a man sinks in the crushing blue of the ocean. The broken pieces of his psyche lie shattered in his inner world, but though the darkness […]

Lin’s “Keep Going” shares hope, optimism and maturity

Shan, a 2nd grader of Junior high school, and Jia who is in 3rd grade of elementary school. They are brothers who love baseball games. Pei-Lin, Shan’s crush, is going to move away […]