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SU Kicks Off Inaugural Film Festival

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SALISBURY, Md. - Salisbury University is having its inaugural film festival this weekend.

Screenings started Saturday afternoon at Perdue Hall's Bennett Family Auditorium and starts back up Sunday at noon.

Scheduled films include:

  • B.A.D. by Joseph Austin II – A young woman suffering from bipolar disorder attempts to regain control of her life.
  • Eat a Bowl of F$&K by Zak Kneipp – Actor Jim Belushi's life on film is explored.
  • Folie Á Deux by Joseph Austin II – This art house film interprets a disorder of madness through which two become one.
  • For Delivery by Michael Smigiel – A delivery driver who hates his job finds a spark of hope through one of his customers.
  • Fowl Play by Jake Swinney – A biography of Jimi Haha, leader of the Annapolis-based band Jimmie's Chicken Shack.
  • The Guise Effect by Joseph Austin II – This documentary examines portrayals of African Americans throughout the history of film.
  • Haunt Me Delicately by Jake Swinney – A young man battles moral boundaries in hopes of finding faith.
  • Leech by Elizabeth Krajewski – A woman is chased through London after illegally downloading a film.
  • Matches by Molly Likovich – An 18-year-old struggles to make sense of the death of a friend with whom she had fallen out of touch.
  • Nothing. Nevermind. By Reed DeLisle – A young writer battles isolation while trying to find his place in the world.
  • Pan: A Documentary by Molly Likovich – Portrayed by Disney as a cheerful character, Peter Pan has a much darker past than most realize.
  • Sampson Tinkers with a Green Agenda by Ryan Callahan – In this animated educational short, an elementary school student learns the importance of recycling.
  • The Trail by Z.W. Wheeler – A young man finds himself on a never-ending hike.
  • The Unspoken Battle: Domestic Violence by Kristen Wolfe – Two domestic violence victims explain how Salisbury's Life Crisis Center helped save their lives.
  • Video Killed the Radio Star by Zak Kneipp – This video essay examines the influence of a classic Hollywood icon.
  • Whale Rider by David Meyer – A man's actions start a worldwide revolution and change his small town forever.

Free tickets are available for SU students and admission at the door is by donation to support the festival.

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