Directed by Brent Stewart, The Scream is an experimental effort to deconstruct an otherwise kinetic moment. Scream is a part of the Fugitive Film Project 2009 which initially screened on May 30, 2009 in Tennessee. Other Fugitve screenings include: La Maison Laurentine. Festival Screening. France (2011); EMMEDIA and Show Us Your Shorts. Festival Screening. Calgary, Canada (2011); Solus @ Filmbase. Dublin Ireland (2010); Beautiful Lives. The New Media Institute in conjunction with The Canadian Film and Video Institute and The Banff Center. Banff, Canada; MVMA Fest 2010. Marfa, TX; Co-Lab. Organized by Birdhouse Collective. Austin, TX; Version 10 Festival Screening. Chicago, IL; Dublin Electronic Arts Festival 2009. Ireland (2009); and Small House Screening. San Paulo, Brazil.
The Scream was included in a video art show, Cheat Codes: lessons in Love, curated by Amelia Winger-Bearskin. With this show, it screened at Antena Gallery in Chicago, IL (January 8 - February 6, 2009); the Cultural Center in Rosslyn, VA (October 10, 2009); and in the 204 studio space at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN (January 14 - February 12, 2010).