Dale Pollock, Dean of the School of Filmmaking, and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
NCSA Student Film Screening from the Class of 2005
The Los Angeles Premiere
Wednesday, June 1, 2005 • 7:00 pm
Directors Guild of America
DGA Theatre Complex, Theater 1
7920 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
As a joke, two high school students devise a drug supposedly known on the streets as "Woodrow Wilson" only to find that their entire school has become addicted to it.
Director: Ryan Hunter
Writer: Ryan Hunter
Producer: Tom Santay
Director of Photography: Ian Bloom
Editor: Emily O’Brien
Composer: Aaron Babcock
Set in the immediate post-Civil War era, John Wilkes Booth and his co-conspirators plan the simultaneous assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, the vice president, and the secretary of state. A mysterious visit with a fortuneteller in the deep woods of Virginia reveals the uncertain future of both Booth and his quarry.
Director: Mark Freiburger
Writers: Travis Beacham & Christopher Waild, story by Adam Wilson
Producer: Reynolds Anderson
Director of Photography: Morgan Jenkins
Editor: Jono Olive
Production Designers: Craig Baurley
Composer: Aaron Babcock
An experimental narrative film that uses poetry, images, music and sound to weave together a delicate multi-character story.
Director: Jason Dickason
Writer: Austin Donohue
Producer: Gilana Lobel/Sarah Walker
Director of Photography: Austin Donohue
Editor: Katie Abel
Composer: Jeremy Sawruk & Aaron Babcock
In the near future, reality television is at its zenith. The hit series Maniac du Jour is imported from Britain to the United States: an ordinary, mentally stable man is selected as the Maniac and granted 24 hours of government-granted immunity from committing murder. Filled with drama, comedy and violence, MANIAC DU JOUR is a scathing satire on pop culture, television and the media.
Director/Writer: Marc Freshman
Producer: Mary Chapman
Director of Photography: Eric Sherertz
Editor: Nate Park
Production Designer: Michael DeWeese & Catherine Linebarger
Composer: Jeremy Sawruk
SPRINKLER is the story of two scarecrows who escape from their posts, run away from their farm, and discover adventure, love, and life beyond the cornfields. Despite the resident scarecrow hunter who is hired to hunt them down and bring them back dead or alive, these scarecrows discover their place in the world and their first taste of freedom.
Director: Brett Haley
Writer: Brett Haley & Matt Tarquino
Producer: Chyrea Murdaugh
Director of Photography: Rob C. Givens
Editor: Betsy C. Thompson
Art Director: Kristine Kennedy
Songwriter: Matthew Mobley
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