Writer, AE Stueve
The above is a short news story about how the BPS Foundation Grant has benefited my classroom and students.
"After They Die" is a short film I made as part of Omaha Film Festival's 48 Hour Film Challenge 2018.
"Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" by Dylan Thomas is one of my favorite poems. This short film, made exclusively from public domain and Creative Commons media is an experiment.
"Why BEA" is a series of interviews my friend Julie Rowse filmed and I edited together. The BEA uses it as a recruitment film.
"Alone on the Prairie" is a short film my son, my nephew, and I made one boring spring afternoon while hanging out at my nephew's house.
In case you were wondering, I'm a bit of a comic book scholar. The above video is a short explanation about the various ages of comic books I have identified.
Here is a short film I made entirely out of footage from archive.org. I used music from bensound.com. I recorded myself reading Donald Justice's "Pantoum of the Great Depression."
"Interview with Addi" is a short "photobio" based on the
The New York Times'
"One in 8 Million' project." I show it to my students and have them create their own.
A former student and I put together this strange little horror piece years ago.
"Binge," a film I produced that was directed by two of my video yearbook students, was an official selection of the 2019 Omaha Film Festival.
In 2015 I participated in No Shave November. This film shows the results.
This is a short informative video that I made years ago to help students in one of my comic book writing classes learn various comic book terms.
I didn't have anything to do with making this award winning short film, however, it is based on my short story, "I, Zombie" which went on to become my novel
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