Browning Cinema new venue for 2005 Student Film Festival



The University of Notre Dame’s 16th annual Student Film Festival will be presented Jan. 20, 21, 22, 24, 25 and 26 (Thursday through Saturday and Monday through Wednesday) at 7 and 10 each evening in the new, state-of-the-art Michael Browning Family Cinema in the Marie P. DeBartolo Center for the Performing Arts.

Admission is $3 for Notre Dame students, $5 for faculty and staff, and $6 for the general public. Tickets are available at the DeBartolo Center box office by calling 574-631-2800.

The 118-minute presentation will screen 18 short features that represent the film and video work of Notre Dame students training for careers in film and television. Each film was completed in about two months, as a component of the four film and video production courses offered by Notre Dame’s Department of Film, Television and Theatre.

p. This years films are:

• “Soul Searching at Millark Mill,” by Todd Boruff and John-Michael Kirkconnell

• “Election Day,” by Ryan Rogers and Jimmy OConnell, shown only at 7 p.m.

• “John in 6/8 Time,” by Laura Giannuzzi and Elspeth Johnson

• “Last Syllable of Recorded Time,” by Rob Shelley and Eric Houston, shown only at 10 p.m.

• “Ellen, Sara, Shaun&the Rest of Us,” by Sarah Cunningham and Ernie Grigg

• “Tireman,” by Dan Young and John-Michael Kirkconnell, shown only at 10 p.m.

• “Found,” by John Hibey and Mike Zonder, shown only at 7 p.m.

•"Puppy Love," by Lyndsey Grunewald and Emily Andreas, shown only at 10 p.m.

• “Friends (To the End),” by Dan Bulger and Noble Robinette

• “Near the Equator,” by Hatti Lim

• “Piston Envy,” by Monika Mehlmann and Bailey Ertel

• “Train Wreck: The Making of a Student Film,” by Justin Rigby and Ryan Steele, shown only at 7 p.m.

• “Class Rage,” by Spider Kwok and Kateri McCarthy

• “Dissolve,” by Deacon Bruno

• “Ten Common Uses for Baking Soda,” by Monika Mehlmann, shown only at 10 p.m.

• “Less than Nude,” by Kristina Drzaic and Lance Johnson, shown only at 7 p.m.

• “Duplicity,” by John Klein and Brittny Heinrich, shown only at 7 p.m.

• “On Deaf Ears,” by John Hibey and Lucy Rzeszutek, shown only at 10 p.m.

Underwritten by the family of Browning, a 1968 graduate, the 200-seat cinema includes 35mm projectors and a state-of-the-art sound system. Films are presented for instructional and entertainment purposes for students and the general public.

  • _p. Contact:

_ * Ted Mandell, Department of Film, Television and Theatre, 574-631-6953, " "

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