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“Harold (Playthrough)” by Alexandra Constantinou

Harold (Playthrough) from Alexandra Constantinou on Vimeo.

Alexandra Constantinou is a Senior Stategic Communication from Houston, TX.

A note from the creator:

“An exploration of a lake including a trapped turtle, hidden statues and hushed commands.

I originally created Harold, the turtle, as a mashup of statues found in Fort Worth. The original pieces of art seemed to come up out of the earth, so I took that idea and combined it, creating a turtle with art growing from it’s back. Since Harold was first designed, I have made several iterations of him from 3d printing different sizes to placing him in this lake on top of the world.”

“More Light” by Timothy Warren


Timothy Warren is a Junior Film Major from San Juan Capistrano, California

A note from the creator:

A song “from the band I am in, Elephant Trunk Parade.”

“Onomatopoeia” by John Truelove

(Winner of the Fall 2015 Helen Hamilton Award for Excellence in Creative Expression)

Onomatopoeia from John Truelove on Vimeo.

A note from the creator:

“This is a story about Jerry. Jerry can see sound effects. Well, he didn’t always see sounds. Really it just kind of happened when he woke up one day.

This was made for my Advanced Computer Graphics course at Texas Christian University.”

“Song4U” by Malcom Laws



A note from the creator:

Malcom Laws is a Pre-Business junior from Bivalve, Maryland. He’s been a producer for around ten years, and he’s been an MC for around 15 years. His hip-hop influences include J Dilla, RZA, Nottz, Large Professor, Q-Tip & DJ Quik. His non-rap influences include Janis Ian, Lonnie Liston Smith, Isaac Hayes, James Brown, Vangelis, & Kitaro.

“Make April Care” by Sarah Rose

(kinetic sculpture)

A note from the creator:

“This is a kinetic sculpture I made for the New Media class I was in last semester. I decided to make it during a lecture for another class when I looked around and saw everyone staring at their phones. It speaks to our functional dependency on devices and apathy towards the tangible world, loosely personified in a character from NBC’s Parks and Rec. I hope you enjoy watching as much as I enjoyed making it.”

Sarah Rose is a senior Mechanical Engineering major, Studio Art minor at TCU. She’s from Dallas, Texas.

“FAKE IT” by Alexandra Constantinou


A note from the creator:

“FAKE IT is an official selection of Extremely Shorts Film Festival and The Fort Meyers Film Festival.

FAKE IT is a collaboration project. TCU students and faculty performed, destroyed, burned, exploded, and more, over the course of a week to create slow motion videos. This video is a small compilation of those videos.

Music: Leaves by manchildtrollhair (manchildtrollhair.bandcamp.com/track/leaves)
The song was shortened and slowed down.”

Alexandra Constantinou is a Junior Strategic Communication from Houston, Texas.

“Red Goldstar” by Sarah Morris

Sarah Morris is a Senior Studio Art – Photography from Plano, Texas.