Last Watch

The paths of a Marine, a pretty nurse, and a dying man intersect in a 24 hour period at a hospital.

Directed by Simon Tondeur

The Legend of Father Fidel

A small red church stands, unharmed and isolated in the woods; this was once the home of an infamous warrior priest named Fidel. Now the little church is occupied and maintained by a quite young man named Jomei. He leads a solitary, peaceful existence until one day, the trouble of the outside world comes looking for him and he is forced to come to terms with the responsibilities of his past and the uncertainties of his future.

Directed by Andrew Williamson

Award: Gold Remi Award 2006, WorldFest Houston

To view “The Legend of Father Fidel: Part 2,” click on the below link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37FebsdxSUw

Superheroes Wanted

The son of a comic book artist believes himself to be superhero. On a daily basis he brings his parents mental trauma when trying to protect them from villains that only exist in his mind. But when real danger threatens his family will this young “hero” come to the rescue?

Directed Joel Angyal

Wrong Number

A detective receives a mysterious phone call from a drug dealer who believes he’s called his friend instead. The dealer unwittingly invites the detective to his place to sample the goods before the buyers arrive. The action that follows proves how drug abuse can destroy lives in an uncanny ripple-effect.

Directed by Jordan Dale

Miss Price is Right

Directed by T. B. Rambo

Reflections

No woman wants to turn into her mother- so what do you do when you start to see her face in your own reflection?

Directed by Nicole Nietz

Tea Time With a Stranger

A man is in the process of robbing a home when he realizes, to his shock, that the elderly woman homeowner is still at home! Claiming he is a friend of her son’s, the burglar gets trapped for a day of polite visiting with the woman. Is the woman as oblivious as she acts? Will the burglar get away with his charade?

Directed by Hiroko Kobayashi

Nasili

At an early age, Nasili, a Tongan boy living on a small island in the middle of the Pacific, realizes he loves to dance. In a culture where music and dance have been a custom passed down from generation to generation, Nasili finds it hard to pursue anything that breaks that tradition. Constantly reprimanded by his family for indulging in a “new kind of dance”, Nasili is eventually faced with the decision to succumb to the expectations of those who love him, or leave home and everything he knows in order to pursue his dream — to become a professional dancer.

Directed by Andrew Williamson

Life’s Too Short

Lifes Too Short is a comedic tale of two complete strangers who meet on a cliff while they try to kill themselves. Misery loves company and the two quickly become friends, so much so, that they agree to help each other die in peace. After several failed atempts and bad ideas, they agree on hanging since they can do it together. Realizing that they have more to live for then they originally thought, they discover redemption through their friendship, and that suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.

(Student)

Directed by Hiroko Kobayashi (SDF 2004)