Shorts Program A

89 Minutes

THE CHEF
Directed by Hao Zheng | 20 min.
In a time when work is done by robots, a traditional Chinese
chef is forced to train a Caucasian humanoid to cook Chinese
food, but a former protégé of the chef makes this harder by
joining an anti-robot riot group.

ANYTHING FOR THE
ONES WE LOVE*
Directed by Louise Marie Beauchamp | 7 min.
A poetic fresco on the state of the planet that depicts the First
Nations man fleeing the ecological and humanitarian disaster
since the conquest of the Americas.

WHEN YOU KNOW YOU
KNOW (A brief and thorough investigation
into mysterious sources of glitter)*
Directed by Gregory Kasunich | 7 min.
When Dan, Anna’s boyfriend of 5 years, comes home late
with glitter on his face, an explosive argument erupts.

PEACE SIDE
Directed by Mehdi Hossein Pour | 11 min.
In 1977, NASA launched Voyager 1 containing a peace
message for alien planets. It was resent in 2120. The message
was poorly received.

YELLOW ARROWS
Directed by Yana Sar | 15 min.
After receiving messages from a stranger, Jack follows a path
into a hidden world. As he gets trapped in the maze of the
unknown, answers he was looking for become revealed.

WHAT IS YOUR NAME
Directed by Adam Lawrence | 11 min.
When a man discovers his father’s nightclub is a front for
human trafficking, he must choose between family and his
conscience.

IN FULL BLOOM
Directed by Maegan Houang | 11 min.
The story of Cecile, an older Vietnamese woman, whose life
is upended when some worms create a black hole, sucking
everything she has hoarded.

AMERICA
Directed by Ron Riekki | 2 min.
Frederik’s attempts at creating the safest place possible,
where he is protected by his lovely walls in a room filled with
guns. A story of uNRAveling,

TIARA
Directed by Carrie Love | 17 min.
Marie struggles with issues of identity and belonging as
her sister passes through a coming-of-age ceremony at her
family’s church.

CORKSCREW
Directed by Alec Huggins | 13 min.
Rich Jenkins, a middle-aged man, finds himself at a standstill after
a divorce. He needs to shake things up. He goes to his favorite
diner, orders a slice of pie, and tries to win over an escort’s heart.

Showtimes

Saturday, November 2, 1:30 pm, Studio C

STUDIO C:

Tickets
General admission - $10.50
Seniors & matinees - $8
Students - $5

Advance tickets & reserved seating start 10/15 at www.celebrationcinema.com, click Studio C!