An anxious, nerdy college student must overcome his embarrassing history with a girl to help his friend muster the courage to ask a guy out on a date while at a party.
Official Selection - Student World Impact Film Festival 2022
USA, 2022, 10m 06s
Digital / 17:9 / 3840 x 2140p
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Basement Antics - Brendon Moeller
Country of Origin: United States of America
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About the Directors
ROBERT V. FODERA, JR., or better known as Bobby, was born in Staten Island, New York, and is a 2022 Graduate of Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts with a B.F.A. Film and a Minor in Animation and Visual Effects. Since 2016, he has directed numerous short films, music videos, and short animated films. Stories from Sicily (2020) is notably his first documentary project, and The Seven Stages of Grief (2021) is his second and latest experimental film. Snowflake Dance (2022) is his senior thesis film and is the narrative culmination of his college filmmaking career. As a filmmaker, Fodera is developing his creative style through his educational endeavors in Syracuse and has an ongoing web series titled, Bobby Fodera’s Weight Loss Journey (2020-). Fodera aspires to be a director of feature films that push the limits of creative storytelling.
CORTEZ CAMPOS defines the definition of ‘Filmmaker.’ From directing to cinematography, writing to camera-operation, Cortez works as a freelance videographer based in Denver, Colorado, under the name, ‘Fulsome Films.’ In 2021, Cortez will enroll in Syracuse University’s B.F.A Film Program with an emphasis in Directing and Narrative Production. Since 2019, Cortez has contributed to twenty-five projects and counting. Varying from animations to dramas, commercials and documentaries, Cortez’s films have been showcased around the United States. Receiving over six awards and four nominations at screening events in the past two years, Cortez Campos aims to continue his journey in movie making while developing his unique voice as an artist.