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‘The Painted Girl’

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‘The Painted Girl’

The story of Megan, a closeted gay 15-year-old, who runs away from her mother’s expectations. Hiding in an abandoned subway tunnel, she uses spray paint to create art for her mother.

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‘In the Home’

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‘In the Home’

This animated short tells the story of a ghost struggling to deal with a new family moving into his home.

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‘Things that Annoy People’

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‘Things that Annoy People’

I went around and recorded friends and teachers, asking them what annoys them most, and then I animated according to what they said.

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‘Museums Rule!’

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‘Museums Rule!’

In “Museums Rule!”, a docent with superpowers teaches a cohort of teens proper museum behavior.

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‘Wrestling with Cancer’

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‘Wrestling with Cancer’

A young cancer patient throws down some serious wrestling knowledge. In this surprisingly touching and inspiring piece, Austin explains how he copes with his illness like any tough-guy would.

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‘Empedocles’

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‘Empedocles’

Empedocles is a sort of film study, which uses beautiful shots to accompany a voiceover. It is meant to present the idea that the universe is indifferent.

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‘Wait For Me’

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‘Wait For Me’

This personal project explores my current obsession with moving clouds, the changing sky and capturing these fleeting moments through time-lapse imagery.

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‘Ingrained’

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‘Ingrained’

This film is the summation of explorations of sorts — experimenting with different methods of filming, creating special effects with household items, testing the patience of a crew of high schoolers, transporting props and crew using only our parents as a source of transportation, and editing and re-editing on computers that are prone to breaking down.

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‘Don’t Play Games With Me’

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‘Don’t Play Games With Me’

Students in the Advanced Lab edition of the 2012 SFFS Young Filmmakers Camp created a short film about the crafty way an interrogator finds out exactly “who done it.”

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‘Got Water?’

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‘Got Water?’

After buying a water a boy discovers he’s being followed.

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