Student film ‘Narcolepsy’ named ‘Best Psychological Thriller’
The short film, written and directed by Jordan Roman ’15, was recognized at the 13th International Student Film Festival Hollywood, a forum for student filmmakers to showcase their work.
“Narcolepsy,” a psychological short film produced by Elon University students, was named “Best Psychological Thriller” at the 13th International Student Film Festival Hollywood, a competition for independent films by student filmmakers.
The film, written and directed by Jordan Roman ’15, tells the story of a high school student who has narcolepsy and begins to experience daytime hallucinations that pull from his nightmares. For a full list of “Narcolepsy” cast and crew, see below.
The School of Communications’ faculty awards and competition committee provided a grant that funded the travel for three students to attend the Nov. 14-15 festival. The fund supports student creative projects regarding production, juried entry fees and festival travel.
“Narcolepsy” was first premiered at Elon's Cinelon Film Festival in spring 2015.
- Jordan Roman ’15 (Director)
- Zach Bocian ’17 (Producer)
- Patterson Huggins ’15 (Producer)
- Franklin Kramer ’17 (Director of Photography)
- Kathryn Buckingham ’16 (Director of Visual Design and Marketing)
- Eugena Neumann ’15 (Production Designer)
- Christian Frost ’17 (Adam)
- Maggie Kittner ’15 (Holly)
- Jordan Frazier ’15 (Ms. Donnell)
- Zane Phillips ’15 (Mr. Clark)