Montana State University MFA Shorts

Thursday, Feb 23rd @ 1:30 pm – Public House

Transistors: Teeny Tech that Changed the World
Abigail Kent
8 minutes

Transistors is a short animated film about the history and science of the tiny devices that brought about the Information Age. You interact with billions of transistors in your phones and computers every day, so why not learn more about them?

43 and 80
Hans Glasmann
18 minutes

43 and 80 is a short film that takes a look at how regulation impacts halibut and the industries dependent on that stock.

The Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain
Eliza Goode
12 minutes

A love letter to the Olympic National Park, to the Pacific Northwest and to the experience of letting yourself be immersed in nature and finding renewal, The Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain is a short film about a quiet autumn in Olympic National Park. No words, just a beautiful place set to the music of Washington band Rabbit Wilde.

Ingrid Pfau
8 minutes

ePILLepsy explores one filmmaker’s relationship with epilepsy medication. Poetic imagery and personal narrative lead to a deeper understanding of how a disorder and its medicines can affect the patient.

Red Wolf Revival
Rosh Patel
24 minutes

Red Wolf Revival is a short film about the last remaining wild population of red wolves. Centered on the historic recovery effort in Eastern North Carolina, we document the multifaceted struggle to reintroduce one of the rarest animals on earth in the face of cultural, economic and biological challenges in North Carolina.

InSex: Luminescent Lovers
Kevin Collins
13 minutes

Join host Kevin Collins for a raunchy look into the love lives of fireflies.