|National High Five Day (3 minutes)|
Wes Lorenzini & Tom Pennella
4/20/06 was an important day at Scotch Plains - Fanwood High School. Tom Pennella takes us around the high school sharing his "open palm against open palm" experience.
|About A Bear (6 minutes)|
About A Bear follows the life of Regina and Clark Baer, your average married couple living in the forest. They live a quiet life with their 15 year old son Gregory, who just so happens to be a bear. As a pubescent teen forced to live a civilized human lifestyle, he struggles to find himself.
|Flashover! (6 minutes)|
William McMeekan, Jr.
One of the most unique and dangerous phenomenon's firefighters face is the sudden ignition of every combustible item in a room simultaneously. The flashover trailer at the Union County Fire Academy allows firefighters to experience this spectacle while providing a stunning look at the deadly beauty of fire.
|$now Money, $now Problems (9 minutes)|
This is a spectacular snowboard documentary that features several of my friends tearing it up on the slopes and trying things that even boggled with their minds.
Humdrum (7 minutes)|
Two strangers' paths collide one late night in a diner.
|One Hour (2 minutes)|
A documentary about Philadelphia bike messenger Dave Wagner. This project was shot and edited for a college video production class.
|As Cool As Jennifer II - Excerpts (10 minutes)|
Peter Paul Basler
As Cool As Jennifer Episode II furthers the exploits of our heroine Cali Brauer. The Dove has been captured. Her relationship with Martin has gotten closer. She should be happy. She should be fine. But something is not right and Cali Brauer knows it.
|Long Highway (13 minutes)|
Traveling along the bumpy road of a love triangle
---- 5 Minute Intermission ----
|Run Hannah, Run (6 minutes)|
Hannah & Eliot Clark
Everyone's favorite heroines from last year's festival are back with an all new, action packed adventure!
|Rave On: The Raveonettes at Maxwell's - Excerpt (12 minutes)|
William McMeekan, Jr.
Super cool retro-rockers the Raveonettes in a sold out live performance from the legendary Hoboken venue. This excerpt from the concert film features the Target commercial hit song, "That Great Love Sound".
|Impact (8 minutes)|
When Bill arrives home with disturbing news, he and Diane must decide what to do next...
|8:30 am (3 minutes)|
A look at the day in the life of BMX rider Dave Wagner, revealing the hardships and rewards of BMXing in central Philadelphia.
|Planetary Scratch Video (3 minutes)|
Worlds will collide as Tom Fortunato attempts to answer the questions that have plagued mankind for centuries in this artsy 3D animated short: "Where did we come from? How did we get here? And if God really is a DJ, how freaking cool would the creation of the solar system have looked?!"
|La Main de Sang Rouge (4 minutes)|
A dark, artistic film portraying the demise of man
with a troubled past, played by Alex Forstenhausler.
|The Breakup (6 minutes)|
When a teenager is at the peek of his romantic relationship, his girlfriend gives him some bad news.
|Due Date (20 minutes)|
John Goldschmidtt lives the average life in the average suburban neighborhood. All is well with the exception of one thing...his wife. Mrs.Brock is nine months pregnant and is driving John to the edge of his sanity. Witness first hand, the stress, the agony, and the anxiety as John awaits the "labor" page on his beeper.
|The Contractors (20 Minutes)|
An unaired television pilot about a NJ contracting & painting company as they rush to make the deadline on a house "flipping" project.
|Big House: The Reality of Westfield (Episode 1) (30 minutes)|
What happens when you take four high school girls from Westfield, New Jersey and put them in a house together for one weekend? Drama ensues. Friends are found. Foes are made. And a whole lot of lemonade is sold. Big House: The Reality of Westfield is a two-episode reality show created by Rachel Gordon, premiered in the spring of 2005. Witness as four girls who grew up in the same town but have four very different backgrounds come together for one weekend. Their goal: to plan and execute a way to make as much money as they can in the forty-eight hours given. The earned money was given as a cash prize to the girl who, at the premiere, was voted most deserving of the money. Four teenage girls can take up a whole lot of space in one big house.