Seafoam Green (1991) is a short Super 8mm movie created by Southpaw Filmworks.
An energetic jogger is surprised in Woodlawn Park in Moorhead, Minnesota by a curious flasher.
Seafoam Green was made for a Beginning Filmmaking class taught by Ted Larson at Minnesota State University Moorhead. Shot in the spring of 1991, the cold weather made the entirely outdoor shoot difficult for filmmakers and actors, especially Nicole Forde, who appeared as the flasher. The two principal actors would later marry one another.
Seafoam Green was inspired by the movies of John Waters.
- Greg Carlson.... Writer, Editor, Cinematographer, Producer, Director
- Mike Scholtz.... Production Assistant