Brenna and Reed are two art students that view media in vastly different ways. Brenna is extremely critical, wanting perfection in everything, whereas Reed prefers to give media a pass, liking most things. This is a source of friction between them. But when their hard-to-impress professor pairs them up on an assignment that will determine their ability to move forward in class, they must navigate their stark personality differences and grow as people, all the while being followed around by a documentarian who is skeptical of their ability to do so.
Through the power of group projects and bad 80’s animation, can they overcome the obstacles of creative collaboration? Or are they doomed to a life of repeating courses and missed opportunities for radical friendships?
Jenny Brent (also known as Jenny Bee) is a New York based motion and graphic designer, animator, illustrator, baker, and friend-maker. She’s a former intern of both Dom & Tom, an app development tech shop and Frederator Studios, an independent American animation studio founded by Fred Seibert. She’s a freelancer whose clients range from MTV2 to the DIY Network to Google. In 2017, she contributed animation talent to an adaptation of Jean de Brunhoff's Travels of Babar, performed by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, and had to work within the parameters of Keynote. She also is the motion designer of a number of Zagat's Youtube shows, including Food Tripping with Molly, which was nominated for a Webby.