Shorts Program A116 Min
Directed by Tinna Hrafnsdottir | 12 min.
A recently divorced, single mother in her thirties struggles to cope. When reflecting on her childhood, she is forced to acknowledge the things that matter the most in life.
KISS ME WHEN I’M DOWN
Directed by Paul Hauser | 12 min.
A single guy has a sexual encounter with his best friend after she gets cheated on, causing them both to reevaluate their relationship.
Directed by Robert Bruce Carter | 8 min.
Natalie is an ambitious small-town girl looking for love in Chicago. She meets Steve for a first date but he isn’t your typical first date material.
Directed by Jane Tattersall | 13 min.
A junior inspector analyzes an official police report on the killing of a homeless man questioning its validity. She studies the multiple audio recordings of the incident piecing together the truth.
Directed by Patrick Smith | 4 min.
A horned creature’s destructive rampage is halted by a stubborn adversary. An old phonographic gospel recording score illustrates the relentless resistance to the creature’s gritty penetration.
Directed by Arnold Chun | 14 min.
The Park family, a typical Korean-American family, does not acknowledge their son’s mental illness. Inspired by a true event, their lives are thrown into chaos when they learn of his violent behavior.
Directed by Fedor Selkin | 12 min.
Comical story about an older Russian weight lifter and his results
THE SERENE HEARTACHE
Directed by Pat Battistini | 16 min.
A eco-conscious teen spends her day cleaning the beach but finds something that will forever change her life
Directed by Jacob Patrick | 10 min.
Remy lives in a world of silence where raising your voice above 60 decibels causes you to disappear. In a moment of unbearable frustration, Remy screams.
MARC CHUNG PROTECTS HIS ADDRESS
Directed by Michael Chan | 10 min.
Marc Chung recounts why he bought a pellet gun to protect his address from fraud
ShowtimesSunday, November 12, 9:00 pm, Studio C
Tuesday, November 14, 9:00 pm, Studio C
General admission - $10
Seniors & matinees - $8
Students - $5
Tickets can be bought online at studioctheatre.com or at the door.