Short Films by the Women of RIT’s School of Film and Animation
A tradition since the festival began in 2001, High Falls proudly presents a shorts program showcasing work by the female students of the School of Film and Animation (SOFA) at Rochester Institute of Technology. This year we feature both live action and animated films.
I very Much like to Live Alone
Director: Emma Firulli, 8:25m
Alice’s distrust in her landlord grows into an overwhelming paranoia.
Director: Jenna Roscoe, 15:19m
A teenager flees the scene of an accident.
Director: Evamarie Choma, 15:26m
A young woman gets a wake-up call.
Director: Camille Howard, 18:39m
Menstruation is the new black.
It Didn’t Mean Anything
Director: Irene Weaver, 5:46m
An experimental take on a line too often heard.
Director: Isabella Iampieri, 4:23m
A brother and sister reflect on big changes.
Director: Maryam Farahzadi, 4:09m
Difference can color the world.
Director: Maggie Miller, 3:45m
This pup’s day has gone down the tubes.
Director: Tianyi Yin, 5:05m
Across the street never felt so far away.
Director: Angelica Agelviz, 1:08m
An artist is consumed by the subject of her gaze.
Director: Yiran Qiao, :53s
An encapsulation of comfort.
Director: Maliheh Rahrovan, :50s
Two figures in a field come to a realization.
Director: Shana Dixon, 3:19m
A triumph over the cold.
Director: Palwasha Azimi, 1:00m
A rebuttal of butts.
Director: Emily Haldeman, 2:04m
A birdwatcher gets the opportunity for a closer view.
Director: Mary Chang, :57
An exploration of shape and color.
The Final Touch
Director: Alyssa Minko, 3:40
A perfectionist aims to please his audience.