Rutgers Students featured in Newark film festival
The Newark International Film Festival, which has events starting September 8th and ending on Sunday, September 11 will feature the work of 6 students from the Rutgers Newark department of Arts Culture Media.
The student short films were produced from original screenplays in the ACM Video Program’s, Narrative Video Production class at RN.
Click here for a link to festival information.
Directed by Gabrielle Mendoza
Logline: A former hero of the city turned homeless man walks the streets he once saved as he encounters his last known fan.
Length: 12:28 minutes
Directed by Yu-Hsuan Wu
Logline: A young woman has responsibilities way beyond her years as she fends for her sister and self when faced with domestic abuse.
Length: 11:49 minutes
Directed by Bruno Ferreira
Logline: An uncertain young man decides to confront the skeptic that is in all of us.
Length: 6:43 minutes
THE LONG ROAD
Directed by Jamella Braithwaite
Logline: A young woman struggles to cope with a dysfunctional home and her parents’ sudden separation.
Length: 10:11 minutes
Directed by Carlos Palaguachi
Logline: Two young men try to heal their friendship after a tragedy puts a rift between them.
Length: 13:30 minutes
Directed by Adam Velez
Logline: While on the verge of suicide, Christian reflects on his life choices which is interspersed with his close friends and family talking to a psychologist.
Length: 11:22 minutes