2019 in Film:
“Moments” (November 23, 2019) follows the beginning and end of a relationship through a series of frozen moments.
In “Drowning Out the Voices” (November 23, 2019), a young man suffering from depression finds solace in music.
“The View from Below” (October 18, 2019) is an anti-bullying PSA for William Annin’s Week of Respect in which a teenager realizes that her jokes are hurtful to her peers after she sees them from a new perspective.
This video (September 18, 2019) celebrates the Leap for Lungs campaign, in which a team of students painted the world’s longest hopscotch course to bring awareness to lung cancer and raise money for its research.
“Jarred” (August 31, 2019) is a romantic drama about love, loss, and time.
Gemini (August 18, 2019) highlights the dual nature of gay identity in a dramatic scene in which a guy contemplates putting on make-up.
Now & Then (August 17, 2019), created and produced in 24 hours, is a conversational short film discussing the conflict between enjoying the present and working for the future.
The Neighbor (June 13, 2019) is a dark comedy featuring an eccentric neighbor’s meticulous murder of a new resident.
A Cleansing (June 13, 2019) is a sci-fi drama in which a young woman undergoes a cleansing procedure to rid herself of feelings she deems sinful.
Cassandra (June 2, 2019) is a Greek myth adapted to comment on society’s treatment of sexual violence.
Helpline (March 25, 2019) is a public service announcement to encourage people to reach out for their friends, their families, or themselves. No one should ever face their burdens alone.
Voicemail (February 9, 2019) follows a young’s woman’s reactions to a series of aggressive phone messages left by an abusive ex-boyfriend.
The Elements (January 6, 2019) is an experimental short that represents the four stages of grief (denial, anger, sadness, acceptance) through the four elements (air, fire, water, earth).