Film (short) by Justin Wolters (Drama and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department A boy's love for the stars teaches him about the reality of life on earth.
Your Ever After
Film (short) by Tre Manchester (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A wandering mother, her wandering son, a widower musician, and a lonely granddaughter all cross paths following the Vel' d'Hiv roundup of Jewish persons in France, and must come to terms by letting go of their old lives.
Film (short) by Tre Manchester (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Sound department Amidst the crucible plaguing Europe in the winter of 1943, thousands of French Jews have been sent to concentration camps via the Vel' d'Hiv roundup, with the exception of a young girl named Fleur. Hidden within the confines of a shoe closet in a Catholic boarding school, she struggles with her identity, taunted by the sounds of peers whom she is barred from meeting. "Fleur" is a meditative study on the bond between a young girl and her protector, her bully, and the microcosm that is a boarding school in the midst of Nazi occupied France.
Film (short) by Martin Petraitis (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A short film exploring the deeper state of a troubled man's mind when faced with the reality of his own emotions that he's been holding back.
Through the Never
Film by Tre Manchester (Drama, Romance and War) Camera and Electrical Department After receiving word that Alan has been wounded in war, Avery must find in herself the strength to hold together the family who has accepted her, while combating the rising trepidation of her love never returning home.
A Land Between
Film (short) by Tre Manchester (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Struggling with the haunting fragments of his malignant past, Logan Hinkley spends his days in a state of paralysis on his death bed. When the homecoming of his eldest daughter and grandson-Rebecca and Atticus-draws the lingering whispers of uncertainty into the home, the ethereal balance of a kindred past filled with discrepancy tilts. A boy's curiosity awakens the long kept heartache of a life in tending-thanks to the scarring events of the American Civil War-a moment that leaves all to question morality, social dependency, and love. Written by Anonymous