Ash Eliza Smith

Excerpts from Edgeland Futurism

GRRRL from Kendall Weaver on Vimeo. This film borrows from the lyrics of several songs of varying genres in order to illustrate the transgenerational institutionalized sexism in music culture. GRRRL, whose title is with direct reference to the Riot grrrl underground feminist punk movement of the 1990s, explores the dichotomy of the female accepting and even perpetuating the stereotypes communicated by such music and the female realization that such lyrics can be and very often are detrimental to the search for acceptance and gender equality.

MASKS from Kaleb on Vimeo. Running Time: 4:29
An Experimental Narrative that not only personify's the inner critique inside all of us, but also antagonizes it/him/her. Initial concept inspired by the poem "Masks" by Shel Silverstein. Shot entirely at the University of San Diego as final project for Introduction to Film.
Luna plays viewer and antagonist. Kelsie stars as guitarist.

No Days at the Beach by Sean Cruz
A Cli-Fi (Climate Science Fiction) set in the near future of Southern California. Made for Beach Bodies Practicum CAT 124 UCSD Summer 2014

2026 from meagan merlino on Vimeo. Based on the text "August 2026: There Will Come Soft Rains" by Ray Bradbury
Thanks to Jae Pearl and Kendall Weaver

Reclaiming Our Revival Stop Motion from Jae Pearl on Vimeo.

Build-a-burger from Gabriela Lee on Vimeo.

Pin from Jonathan Hall on Vimeo.

The Covenant from Kelsie Currie on Vimeo.

You Are Being Watched from meagan merlino on Vimeo.

MVI 8672 from Kelsie Currie on Vimeo.