Short Films: Student Entries
Vote for your favorite student film below.
Best Chance U
This documentary steps into the lives of football players Matt Shearin ’19, DJ Avery ’20, and Naeem Morgan ’21, as they open up about their childhood, how they got to Dartmouth, their experiences at Dartmouth, and their hopes for the future. Football coach Buddy Teevens, as well as Callie Brownson, are featured as they open up about these players’ impact, and discuss the program as a whole.
In My Front Yard
God in His unlimited power leads his daughter (Me) Regena on her destine journey to self discovery in the supernatural being and how being lead by the spirit of God is real . Working with what you have and how sticky notes aren’t just words on paper; it’s words are flesh, alive and well just like Jesus . By touching the hem of Jesus garment can make you whole again and how you know who’s you belong to because it’s already inside of you. Jesus has already laid it out In My Front Yard.
INDY-viduals: Rising Above
Winner of the Indiana Category of the Indy Shorts (Heartland) High School Film Competition 2019, as well as the Audience Choice Award for the same category. Shelly Henley owns No Label at the Table, a gluten and dairy-free bakery on Main Street in Carmel, IN. Along with her son, she employs only people that are on the autistic spectrum, giving them opportunities to further their work experience and change their lives. Produced, directed, and shot by Hope Stauffer and Adele Reich, animation by Ben Reister.