Short Films Program A85 minutes
Directed by Amanda Moresco | 12 min.
After best friends Melissa and Rebecca hide the body from their first kill, they find themselves stuck, at night, on a deserted country road. A dark comedy of errors ensues, as Melissa’s parents and the local tow truck driver are called to the rescue. The body is discovered the next day, but everything isn’t as it appears.
LOTTE: That Silhouette Girl
Directed by Carla Patullo, Elizabeth Beecherl | 10 min.
Once upon a time, long before Disney and the other animation giants, Lotte Reiniger ignited the screen with shadows, light, and a pair of magical scissors. And so with music, magic, and a stirring narration by Lotte herself, you will earn about the first animator in history using Lotte’s unique silhouette style!
Directed by Carroll Brown | 14 min.
A scientist is trapped on an outpost near Jupiter. After the death of her companion, she begins to imagine, or realize, that she is not alone after all.
Directed by Joseph Fiorillo | 15 min.
Frank and Jenny expose their past and risk their future when they meet for an anonymous sexual encounter.
Director Joseph Fiorillo scheduled to attend.
Directed by Ray Savaya | 6 min.
A couple welcomes their first-born son into the world. Tensions slowly arise over a disagreement which leads them into questioning their identity.
Director Ray Savaya scheduled to attend.
Directed by Yana Sar | 15 min.
Mr. White, a successful businessman, receives a gift that triggers displaced memories from the past. Seeking the truth, he takes a trip to the house where he grew up. He is finally revealed the truth about his past and must accept his current reality.
SAC DE MERDE
Directed by Greg Chwerchak | 13 min.
Based on a true story, “Sac de Merde” tells the tale of Mazel Mankewicz, an unlucky-in-love yet irrationally optimistic New Yorker who thinks her luck has changed when she spends the night with the man of her dreams. As it turns out, he might just be full of shit. Literally.
ShowtimesSaturday, November 3, 2:00 pm, Studio C
General admission - $10.50
Seniors & matinees - $8
Students - $5
Advance tickets & reserved seating start 10/15 at www.celebrationcinema.com, click Studio C!