25th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival
January 23-25, 2014
6:30 & 9:30 PM
Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
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Claire Stephens, Frank Schadt
Joe College picks the wrong farm to pull a poultry prank.
Ray Herrly, Pat Nguyen
A loner finds himself in the middle of nowhere.
Camille Muth, Hunter Speese
To most people, Toronto writer Aaron Broverman is a person with a disability. He would like to change that perception.
Lilith’s Game (10:57)
Anthony Patti, Johnny Whichard
Someone has been playing video games for far too long.
Winner- People’s Choice Award- 2016 Mission Viejo Film Festival
Rice Bag (5:34)
Megan Kozak, Daniel Garcia de Paredes
A burlap sack, a banana, and a beach.
Lauren Josephson, Zach Ostapchenko, Mary Kate Holmes, Colton Williamson
A campus love story in pianissimo.
The Suicide Disease (16:14)
Will Neal, Katie Mattie, Vincent Moore
Frances Shavers had a wonderful life as a top administrator at the University of Notre Dame. Then, a rare nerve disorder changed everything.
Winner of the 2014 NDSFF Audience Choice Award
Winner: 2014 Sunset International Film Festival BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY
Official Selection: Reality Bytes Independent Student Film Festival, CSWE Virtual Film Festival.
Dinner For None (6:18)
Kurt Zhuang, Chris Silvestri
A summer thunderstorm crashes into an eerie dark tale.
Unexpected Fortune (8:37)
Will Neal, Nick Desmone
A slow day at the Seven-Eleven, or so she thought.
The Last Free Place (12:30)
Madeline Basil, Chris Holmes, Zach Ostapchenko
On an abandoned military base in the Colorado Desert, a resourceful community of “Slabbers” lives on the fringe of society.
Official Selection: Reality Bytes Independent Student Film Festival, Princeton Film Festival, Anchorage International Film Festival.
A Quiet Day At The Park (3:15)
Mikey Nichols, Joey Doyle, Megan Flynn, Caroline Clark, Nick Goldsmith
In spandex, no one can hear you scream.
Mackenzie Hightower, Amanda Dudzinski
Hauntingly poetic, a search for solace under one roof.
The Wormhole (6:25)
A distant relative of HAL 9000 sends everything down the drain.
My Neighbor Ned (11:07)
Andrew Cheng, Marty Flavin
While preparing for the inevitable zombie apocalypse, Jesse gets his wish.