St. Louis 48-Hour Film Project

For the 10th consecutive year, Mike Rohlfing ’05 led a team in the St. Louis 48-Hour Film Project. Their movie EVT staring senior Harrison Farmer won Audience Choice (eighth year running), Best Sound Design, Best Graphics, and Best Film of St. Louis (second year in a row). In the spring, the movie will compete against the 120+ other 48-Hour Film Project city winners from around the world in Los Angeles. Everything was created, written, shot, and edited within a 48-hour time period using mandatory elements revealed at the start of the competition. The film also won Best Short Film at the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase in July and was featured on an episode of Cityscape on St. Louis Public Radio. Other alumni who participated include Alex Docekal ’07, Harrison Farmer ’15, Daniel Hoover ’05, Luke McGowan ’06, Justin Beasley ‘07, Bill Bubenik ’07, Maggie Bubenik ’07, Drew Port ’15, Dustin Reppell ’00, Garrett Henry ’06, and Sarah Haas ’04. Watch the film at

48 Hour Film Project 2014 – “EVT” from Mike Rohlfing on Vimeo.