28th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival

- (part of a series)

Location: Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center (View on map )

The Notre Dame Student Film Festival screens films made by ND undergraduates during the past year as class projects in the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre. All films are shot on location and often feature the acting talents of Notre Dame students and faculty. Audience members are invited to vote for their favorite film via text message, and the Audience Choice Award is presented after the final screening. 

Thursday, January 26 at 7 pm
Friday, January 27 & Saturday, January 28 at 6:30 & 9:30* pm
*Audience choice award presented after 9:30 screening on Saturday
Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

2017 Featured Films 
Some films may contain mature content.

Prayer Associate
Ryan Taylor, Ben Vasquez 
From high above, there's plenty of work for Woody at the Department of Prayer Relations.

Peace at the Pipeline
Erin Lattimer, Ryan Leen 
Two Notre Dame students travel to Standing Rock and find that the story isn't the protest, it's the people.

Colour Blind 
Jill Chipley, Rosie Biehl, Elizabeth Konicek 
Value in life is not black and white.

Debajo de los árboles (Beneath the Trees)
Crystal Avila
With the help of his granddaughter and an old still camera, a Mexican immigrant recalls his path across the Arizona border decades ago.

Schattenvolk *
Anna Poltrack
Who's Hoo? *
Rebecca Mai 
Horse Play *
Tanner Cipriano
*Animatic short films - rough representations of what will become fully animated films.

Nothing To Be Done
Colton Williamson 
An undergraduate opus spins through a triangle of love.

Rosie Biehl, John Andrew Salazar 
In Antigua, Guatemala, one ceramic pot can change lives.

Alex Mansour, Jessica Wilson
The reality of loss cannot be captured in images.

Improv on the Rez
Micaela Powers, Craig Schmier 
A startup troupe pioneers improv comedy on the Navajo reservation.

Take Two
Mariel Cuellar, Megan Snodell 
A haunting trip and an empty prescription bottle.

Old Friends
Dakota Connell-Ledwon, Matt Keough 
In Tennessee, there's a shelter for man's best friends who've seen better days.