Shorts Program B116 Minutes
Directed by Mohamad Esmaeeli | 15 min.
Early in the morning a worker tired from his night job, returns
home. A dictator’s speech is blaring from a loudspeaker,
disturbing his sleep. He tries to stifle the annoying noise, but
on his path, he loses himself.
Directed by Aaron Wells | 3 min.
A hit woman seeks revenge on her sister’s cheating boyfriend.
Directed by mr bug | 15 min.
Animated to the smallest of details, this is the story of lost
and broken souls and their struggle to survive. The visual
representation of the futuristic invented world is phenomenal,
and the unusual use of colors and style is absolutely brilliant.
A BIG DEAL
Directed by Boping Wu | 17 min.
Based on a true story, Biaogan Zhao or Bill tries to survive in
the industrial age in Northern China. He loses hope of finding
work until a stranger offers him an unusual job – to be an
I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW
Directed by Kevin Feng | 6 min.
A semi-autobiographical love letter to his mother, using
animation to express his dealing with the different stages
THE GHOST AND THE
Directed by Christina Tucker | 13 min.
A withdrawn young writer struggles to adjust to life with his
roommate, the ghost of a Shakespearean actor from the early
Directed by Ryan Gagnet | 15 min.
After their parents’ deaths, two brothers grow apart as they
try to keep the farm going. The stolen stop sign will pose an
ultimatum for both of them.
Directed by Sheri Davenport | 12 min.
Breaking up is hard to do but sometimes it is the only way to
Directed by Patrick Smith | 2 min.
There are currently 393 million firearms in the US. This film
shows 2328 of them. This stop-motion film juxtaposes the
frightening visual power of guns with the whimsy of Jazz
percussion, and a dose of cultural irony.
BEYOND THE TIDE
Directed by Jan Mocka | 17 min.
A young girl’s long-forgotten mother mysteriously washes up
on the shore claiming that the girl’s dad is about to die. The
bright little girl decides to investigate a dark, tragic mystery.
ShowtimesMonday, November 4, 4:00 pm, Studio C
General admission - $10.50
Seniors & matinees - $8
Students - $5
Advance tickets & reserved seating start 10/15 at www.celebrationcinema.com, click Studio C!