Short Film Program 3106 minutes
Directed by Andy Kastelic /21 min.
Bitterness threatens to destroy a small farming community until a stranger arrives with a curious proposition.
Directed by Patrick Smith/4 min.
A winsome mutation is shunned by a homogenous tribe of siblings. When another misfit appears, together they spawn a new generation of unique and colorful individuals.
Directed by Selah Major/18 min.
After panic-hiding a positive pregnancy test, an emotional chasm develops between a promising young couple.
THE YOUNG OLD CROW
Directed by Liam LoPinto/12 min.
An Iranian boy befriends an old Japanese woman at a Tokyo graveyard.
Directed by Meegwun Fairbrother/15 min.
Becca’s life was turned upside down six months ago and she;s in a downward spiral. Showing up for a surprise visit, her brother Robbie tries to get her out of her funk.
AN AXE TO GRIND
Directed by Joshua Golish/3 min.
A modern interpretation of a famous scene from Hamlet, where he enters, speaking thoughtfully and agonizingly questions if should he commit suicide to end the pain of experience.
Directed by Saman Darvish/14 min.
A group of disgruntled office workers unite to take down their boss, but their solidarity quickly unravels as each member, one by one, abandons the cause.
Directed by Jason Affholder/12 min.
A census enumerator finds herself trapped in a mysterious mansion. While evading their cruel caretaker, she attempts to save two children in peril.
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ME BY
Directed by Anna Rose Moore/9 min.
After a less than ideal one-night stand, Rachel has a bathroom catastrophe at his house needing to enlist the help from a friend.
ShowtimesSunday, November 12, 3:30 pm, Studio C
Tuesday, November 14, 9:00 pm, Studio C