FILMOGRAPHY: Ten years of movies by Champaign's Chris and Anne Lukeman

FILMOGRAPHY: Ten years of movies by Champaign's Chris and Anne Lukeman

The films by Chris and Anne Lukeman (all are shorts except "The University of Illinois vs. a Mummy" and "The Transient"):

2004 — "Robot Man"

2005 — "The Obligatory Time Travel Dialogue"

2006 — "The University of Illinois vs. a Mummy," a horror-comedy-musical shot completely on campus, featuring hundreds of students

2006 — "Free Robot"

2007 — "Interrogation"

2008 — "The Transient," an '80s throwback action movie about a homeless vigilante who must stop vampire Abraham Lincoln and his gang of punks from kidnapping and sucking the blood of fourscore and seven virgins

2009 — "Through the Lens of History," a 60-minute documentary that was Anne's senior honors thesis

2009 — "Fog Machines"

2009 — "Man Wrap"

2010 — "Unicorns"

2010 — "Captain Chemistry"

2012 — "Once Upon a Time in 1972," a 12-minute sci-fi short that was a proof of concept for the "Once Upon a Time in the 1970s" Web series (played in a dozen film festivals across the country)

2013 — "Tunnel to Greenland," a Pens to Lens short, based on a student story

2013 — "There is a Vampire in the Closet"

2013 — "Once Upon a Time in 1977," a half-hour season finale for the '70s Web series (the former White Horse Inn near Campustown was transformed into a disco for the shoot)

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