The 29th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival

January 26-28, 2018
Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Friday, Jan. 26 and Saturday, Jan. 27 at 6:30 pm & 9:30 pm.
Sunday, January 28 at 7:00 pm*
*Audience Choice Award presented after the 7:00 screening on Sunday, January 28

Running Time: Approximately 120 min.
Some films contain mature content.

Featured Films

Spilt Milk
(Ben Vasquez, Rosie Biehl, Tanner Cipriano)

Film noir for the lactose intolerant.

(Jessica Wilson, Hanna Zook)

A failing relationship and a faithful companion.

Respectfully, Tony
(John Haley, Julia Szromba)

A convicted murderer re-enters society after spending 12 years on death row and 39 years in prison.

Nevada City Film Festival
Deep Cut Film Festival
Doc Your World 2017: In/Divisible
Princeton Student Film Festival
Fine Cut Festival of Films
2018 IlliniFest Student Film Festival

(Ryan Taylor, Erin Lattimer, John McDonough, Ryan Leen)

In the not too distant future, some words aren’t meant to be spoken.

The Aftermath
(Kay Bontempo, Hanna Zook)

Kayla tries to forget and move on.

Smoke Break
(Eileen DiPofi)

It’s halftime at the Student Film Festival.

(Audrey Grewe)

You’ve never met anyone quite like Sam Grewe, but he’s no big deal to his sister.

WINNER- Audience Choice Award
2018 River Bend Film Festival

View Sam

Nona’s Red Sauce
(Sophia Costanzo, Amanda Pilarski)

The family recipe lives on from generation to generation.

Breaking the Cycle
(Indi Jackson, Vincent Augusto)

The hurdles are higher off the track for a record breaking student athlete.

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2018 Harvard College Film Festival
WINNER 2018 Ivy Film Festival – Best U.S. Undergraduate Documentary
WINNER 2018 USA Film Festival – First Place Non-Fiction short film
WINNER 2018 New York City Short Film Festival – Best Documentary Short

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(Zach Lawson)

The secret agent man of Keough Hall.

As of Now
(Moira Hamilton, Elizabeth Hynes, Maddie Landon, John Salazar, Ryan Taylor)

A college senior at St. Agnes University faces the trial of her young life: a Title IX hearing.

(Indi Jackson, Reinaldo Angola-Hernandez)

A dancer deals with the sounds inside her head.

Freaky Fast
(Grace Weissend, Sophia Dellafiora)

The opposite of speed dating, with extra mustard.