31st Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival
January 24-26, 2020

Friday, January 24 at 7:00pm
Saturday, January 25 at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm.
Sunday, January 26 at 3:00pm and 7:00 pm*
*Audience Choice Award presented after the 7:00 screening on Sunday, January 26

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

South Bend Tribune, 1/23/20:Notre Dame students reveal vulnerabilities with highly personal Student Film Festival

Featured Films

Sam and Peter Throw a Killer Party
(Zach Lawson, Kenny Xu, Dan Docimo)
The best costume at a Halloween Party might not be a costume at all. (14:02)

Sea Dogs  
(Ted Nagy, Ryan O’Callaghan)
A search for backyard treasure leads to newfound brotherhood. (8:38)

Tape Wizard
(Kilian Vidourek)
Randall Taylor, aka AMULETS, is the Evel Knievel of tape looping, a process of recycling old cassette tapes into beautiful, imaginative music. (9:46)
2020 Bellingham Music Film Festival
2020 Bolton International Film Festival (UK)
2020 Portland Film Festival

(Beatty Smith, Brian Raab, Meghan Kelly)
A cold search for clues between woods, bars, and final exams. (13:54)

Don’t Be Afraid to F*** Up
(Gretchen Hopkirk)
Finding your place in college is a funny thing for a close knit group of Notre Dame students who just make it up as they go. (11:50)
WINNER: 2020 Audience Choice Award

View Don’t Be Afraid to F*** Up

Lost and Found
(Morgan Swan, Jessica Sieff)
A Notre Dame toy story. (7:35)

(Kelli Smith, Bella Martinez)
Just outside of Dallas, there’s a small community with no access to clean water, and no shortage of love. (12:00)
2020 International Social Change Film Festival

(Brian Haimes, Joey Warner, Emily Ragan)
Software malfunction. Memory lost. (10:10)

Notre Drinking
(Nicole Mannion)
A University of Notre Dame student documents her drinking habits and wonders if there’s a problem here. (12:17)

(Hugh Flynn, Mary Crawford, Fernanda Urteaga Zambrano)
A ballerina looks inward to be seen. (9:20)

Regular Poor Asian
(Kenny Xu)
Growing up Asian American in the Midwest means following the expectations of a majority white culture…or does it? (9:24)

Smash (and Grab ‘N Go)
(Parker Jochum and Ted Nagy)
Bonnie and Clyde need financial aid. (4:30)