LMFC Short Films Program 1
Directed by Chandler Ellison | 4 min. | IL
An animated short film that reflects on the love and legacy of the naturalist John Muir.
PRIDE & POO
Directed by Bradley Silvius | 5 min. | MI
Robert was having the perfect day, but with a pesky ant and a bird set on revenge, things are about to get deadly.
ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
Directed by E.M. Spairow | 6 min. | MI
An abused housewife in a suburban prison falls in love with a delivery driver and confronts the elephant in the room.
Directed by Andy Hiss | 10 min. | MI
Jennie’s mother died. With her mom gone, Jennie now has to care for her father, who certainly has no interest in taking care of himself.
Directed by Tyler Holme | 12 min. | IL
An out of work actor gets sucked back into the game after getting called in to audition for a mysterious new film.
Directed by Bradley Silvius | 12 min. | MI
A forgotten hero searches for salvation through a friend who may or may not be real, as an unlikely relationship with a stray dog blossoms.
FRAME OF MINE
Directed by Matthew Simonis | 12 min. | WI
A naive man develops an unconventional and unnerving relationship with a subject at work, his lack of empathy leads to severe unintended results.
45: A LOVE STORY
Directed by Shane McSauby | 15 min.
A love for the Sixties brings two strangers together.
Directed by Edward Pronley | 16 min. | WI
An investigative journalist must discover the attempted murder of the egotistical lead actor of an off-Broadway play.
Directed by Ashray Dravidian | 16 min. | MI
Using a mystical eyedrop, David has lucid dreams to help him find the cause for the guilt that haunts him during his waking hours.
Directed by Justen Lambert, Matthew Simonis | 18 min. | WI
Ellis, a lone survivor in a post-apocalyptic landscape struggles with loneliness, survival and desire for human connection.
Directed by Jay Pulk | 8 min. | MI
A comedy about a short film and its quirky crew’s experiences with the production. Part mockumentary and part parody.