Seeing Red - Directed by Evan Miller
Seeing Red is about First Year NYU Tisch Dance Major Abigail Curran and her process of choreographing her piece, “Seeing Red” and her inspiration for it. Ultimately, through the utlization of dramatic soundtracks and inspiration from hit show Euphoria, Abby was able to direct six female dancers into a piece about female empowerment and overcoming obstacles through teamwork.
Impossible - Directed by Evan Miller & Robbie Waxman
Impossible was created for the first inaugural SNY (Sports New York) Future Filmmakers Festival. Many creators around the Tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT) were asked to participate in the competition. Prizes included cash up to $10,000. Impossible was awarded Top 15 and won free Met’s Tickets.
- Documentary/Short film
- 3-30 Minutes in length (Now changed to under 10 minutes)
- Must be sports-centric as well as NY-centric
- Contestants must be 14-19 years of age
Impossible follows the story of a high school basketball star with the name of Skylar Sinon who has achieved the celebrated award of scoring 1,000 points as a junior during his Varsity basketball career. As a kid growing up, he would always go outside in his driveway and practice his skills. Evidently, its paid off. The film is about the idea that something is only impossible until its done. In other words, Nelson Mandela’s quote: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”
Pink the Rink - Directed by Evan Miller
Pink the Rink was created for the first inaugural SNY (Sports New York) Future Filmmakers Festival. Many creators around the Tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT) were asked to participate in the competition. Prizes included cash up to $10,000.