Clutch’s Hole

Clutch’s Hole is a pleasantly colorful cautionary tale about the nature of addictive behavior and the embarrassment of failure.

Directed by John Hill.

Fernando’s Proposal

Fernando is getting dumped so he takes desperate action to prove his love is forever and save the relationship from getting cut off.

Directed by Andrew Williamson

Second Hand Love

A short film that cronicles a girl who gives an old pair of jeans to a thrift store by mistake then drawing her and the man who works there closer together.

Directed Joel Angyal

Dance Dance Bobby Stulchweiss

How fast would you run if you knew you wouldn’t be able to run again? How far would you go? ‘Dance Dance Bobby Stulchwiess’ is a film about a man at the end of his rope, and the choices he makes with the little bit of time he has left. The film centers around the idea of appreciating the little things in life while they are still around, cause that’s what life is filled up with. If the little things are gone, the big things will collapse.

Directed by John Hill

Miss Price is Right

Directed by T. B. Rambo

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

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)