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Grad student professor Matt Jackson tries to blow off teaching a health course, but the students have something else in mind.
See You Later, Educator
3 three students want to get rid of a mean teacher, but they need some help.
Starring Steve Randall and yours truly (plus an RC monster truck from Dollar General)! This was a project for my Short Film class at Lindenwood. The assignment was to make a film under 2 minutes in running time (without dialogue), but I ended up shooting enough footage for a nearly 3 minute adventure.
A comedic short film created by: Randi Sargent, Jared Thomas, Tucker Dickerson, and Lucas Ruessler.
A young woman, struggling with the loss of her mother, encounters a missing person.
ASHES TO ASHES
David and Tim are meeting to fulfill their late friend Max’s final wish by spreading his ashes over a valley. However, the plan goes awry when David accidentally spills the ashes into a creek, unbeknownst to Tim.
Jerad David Throws A Dinner Party
An alien researcher must figure out how to throw a party without the humans figuring out he’s not who he says he is. This is the final film with original score.
THE SCOTTISH PLAY
After a long rehearsal for a production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, one student decides to break the infamous taboo about saying the name of The Scottish King in a theatre space.
An untrusty conwoman teams up with an old crew to accomplish an impossible heist. Can she trust her team…but more so can her team trust her?
A struggling college student navigates through the pressures of homelessness in order to break his family’s cycle of generational poverty. ©2020 University of Central Missouri
While taking the New Apple City Subway to work, Dan meets a talkative strawberry named Barry who just doesn’t seem to know when to quit.
We are pleased to feature two non-competitive high school films this year. They are listed below.
After 6 long years the saga continues.
BALLS OF PAINT
We follow a local crime lord who leaves behind balls of paint.
Vote for your favorite film for the Vincent Price People’s Choice Award below.