2015 Frog Baby Film Festival Reviews

        By Andrew Haas        Frog Baby Film Festival 2015 was recently held in Pruis Hall at Ball State University. This was my first time attending this event and I enjoyed what I saw, given the number of impressive short films this year. Here are my brief thoughts on some of the films. Note that I’m only covering fourteen films … Continue reading 2015 Frog Baby Film Festival Reviews

Frog Baby Film Festival Recap

By Cassandra Eiler Friday night’s Frog Baby Film Festival experienced great success from the charisma, excitement, organization, and celebration of twenty-four creatively and artistically-made student films. Viewers and filmmakers alike seemed to enthusiastically embrace the red carpet theme, making Pruis lobby the place to be — complete with a green screen photo op along with live, red carpet coverage. The Ball State organizations responsible for … Continue reading Frog Baby Film Festival Recap

Frog Baby Reviews

By Daley Wilhelm Henry the Invisible Man Category: Drama Filmmaker: Anthony Campagna Synopsis: “The tale of an average man who learns being average is just fine.” This first struck me as cliché: the average man going through his mediocre life. But in its short run, the film revealed itself to be more than meets the eye. The gorgeous lighting on this boring character kept me … Continue reading Frog Baby Reviews

Kenton Little & Jeff Spot Interviews

By Brier Stucky ​Interviews with Kenton Little, director of the short film Tone, and Jeff Spot, director of the short film Ode to Oysters. Kenton Little, director of Tone: 1. What inspired you to make this short film? The original reason I made this short was for my advanced video class, but I wanted to make something I would actually enjoy making too. Music is a … Continue reading Kenton Little & Jeff Spot Interviews

Frog Baby Film Festival Submissions

Ball State Cardinal Filmworks’ upcoming Frog Baby Film Festival is nearly underway! For the next few weeks, BSU students can submit a film to the FBFF committee for evaluation. Filmmakers may submit their films by doing the following: 1. Upload the video to a site such as YouTube or Vimeo. 2. In the video’s description, include: The official title of your film (this should also … Continue reading Frog Baby Film Festival Submissions