Scamps & Goons
Film (short) by Giancarlo Diaz (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department
Film (short) by Jonathan Reyes (Comedy) Cinematographer Refusing to accept the monotony and boredom the real world has to offer, Gary contemplates a way to add some much needed excitement to his life.
The Sac Fly
Film (short) by Deep Williams (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A child's life is placed in the hands of a hateful man.
Film (short) by Matthew Maclean (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer Jack is a burn-out ex-detective who is obsessed with a cold case he never solved. Jack's girlfriend Catherine worries about Jack, and urges him to let it go. After Catherine leaves for work, Jack's obsession manifests itself and pushes Jack to his brink. Written by Anonymous
A Fistful of Feathers
Film (short) by Robert Dyck (Action, Fantasy and Western) Director, Writer "A Fistful of Feathers" follows a young boy's daydream through the landscape of a spaghetti western: Chase is an 8-year-old obsessed with cowboy films. After his parents kick him out for watching too much TV, he must confront two ravens that cross the line. The film uses a combination of stop-motion animation, live action and visual effects. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Jonathan Reyes (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department LILY is about a young professional who needs to hide the body of her boyfriend she murdered, and asks her best friend for help. LILY, mid 20s, approaches her friend DONOVAN, late 20s, and tells him that something is wrong with his car. Once he opens the trunk it's revealed that TOMMY, Lily's boyfriend, is dead in the trunk. Lily asks for help, yet Donovan refuses till finally she offers him twenty thousand dollars. The two prepare the body to be kept in Donovan's crawl space. However, Lily forces Donovan to touch the murder weapon. Donovan is pegged for the murder of Tommy, and Lily walks free. Written by Anonymous
College Photographer of the Year Awards (CPOY) Gold in the Illustration Category
University of Oregon