LMFC Shorts Program 269 minutes
Directed by Scott A. Magie/MI/13 min.
A pardoned ex-con reluctantly returns to prison as a visitor because an inmate keeps sending him postcards. BEST SCREENPLAY AWARD – Colony Short Film Festival “The hardest prison to escape is a hateful heart”
Directed by Matthew Hamel, Danny Kim, MIchelle Hamel/Mi/6 min.
There’s something sinister happening in the back of this grocery store.
BRIDE OF FRANKIE
Directed by Devi Snively/OH/19 min.
In this darkly comedic feminist nod to Mary Shelley’s FRANKENSTEIN, a not-so-mad scientist
builds a mate for her mentor’s lonely creation with electrifying, and deadly, results.
Directed by Zach Watson/IN/2 min.
A young woman searches for the source of a mysterious sound during an intense thunderstorm.
Directed by Zach Watson/IN/11 min.
A Young Woman hitchhikes down State Road 67, two night shift employees stock shelves at a
gas station, and a serial killer is on the loose. It’s going to be an interesting night.
Directed by Travis J Hayward/MI/10 min.
A man in over his head with the mob turns to a final recourse to pay off his debts.
Directed by Amanda Looney, Mike Madigan/MI/10 min.
Two sisters hole up together in a familiar place as the end nears, with differing opinions on what
exactly is going to happen next- to them and everyone else.
ShowtimesFriday, November 2, 8:30 pm, Wells Hall Theater A
General admission - $5
Students - $3
Wells Hall tickets are sold only at the Wells Hall Box Office.
Box Office Hours
Friday, November 2 - 6pm on