Four Film Slammers Go To Florida Film Festival
The Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase was held this past weekend at the Enzian Theater for its 16th iteration. Fifteen films from the Brouhaha will be screened again during the 2008 Florida Film Festival for its "Best of Brouhaha - Emerging Florida Filmmakers" sidebar. The official schedule is not set, so a date for the sidebar isn't available.
This is set, though. Four of the films selected were from the year long Film Slam competition. They are Katharine Leis' Foobie Jesus, Todd Thompson's Mr. Bubbs, Trey Chace's Wonderful, Wonderful, and Ali Imran Zaidi's A Man in the Attic.
Joining the Film Slam winners for the Best of Brouhaha are Gwynne Olson-Wheeler's The Kite, Hannah Sherman's Escar Go!, Chris Nabholz's Respire, Mon Ami, Patrick Algermissen's Pupsock & Wendell in the Gallery of Doom, Christi Doucet's Borrowed Camera, Danny Daneau's music video "Dirty Jeans" (song by the now defunct band The Heathens), Tony Cabrera's Taken, Bevin Carnes' A Leg Up, Robert Huth's Dupleggcated, Dave Metzger's Penguin: The Musical, and Fredrick Snyder's Prombies!
According to the Enzian, over 300 people attended the 2-Day Brouhaha.
All of the films and videos were judged by a jury consisting of former Sentinel Arts & Entertainment Editor Linda DiBattista, writer Liz Langley, and the Enzian's Lucas Draper.
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