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Directed By: Martin Laporte, M.M. Serra, George Griffin, Jeroen Jongeleen, Sarah Cox, Paula Gaitán, Anna Linder, James Agee, Helen Levitt, Olivier Hems, Iriz Pääbo, Tal Rosner, Mark Street, Joel Schlemowitz, and Ken Jacobs
Drawn from filmmakers on three continents, this program of experimental short films and videos centers on the theme of the individual's relationship to the environmental space he or she inhabits. A Time and A Time, Us, Chop Off, KOGI, Trailer Trash, densen, Without You, influenza/Composition II (chrome square), Camera Roll (for Taylor), Métro, Ha'Aki,
The Bather, Hot Dogs at the Met, and In the Street. | Read More
Questions about who you are and what you want abound in these short films.
The breakup happens but the break does not in some boys don’t leave. When Ardal challenges Miss Purdy’s boyfriend to a dual for her affection, 2nd grade will never be the same in The Crush. After their crappy high school team loses the big game (again), a football player and a band geek confront each other on the way home in Poi Dogs. A vinyl Record evokes memories of the past. An amusement park summer leads to life lessons in Loop Planes. A soldier father and his young son share a shave and say goodbye before a military mission in Kiss. A tattooed gang member’s outlook on life is changed forever when he takes a Day Trip. While under house arrest, Mauro is taunted by three local boys through his window in Arena. | Read More
These talented artists address, in both thematically and stylistically distinct ways, the manner in which images evoke memory. This is achieved through the use of text, the presence of previously filmed "found" footage, a scenic train ride bleeding into digital pixels, single frame printing devices, evocations of 9/11, a tribute to a deceased filmmaker, peripheral vision, recall of sleep via animation, seascape imagery folding back on itself in time, and bittersweet remembrances of now-extinct Kodachrome film stock. | Read More
Directed By: Tony Wei, Tom Everett Scott, Gandja Monteiro, Andrew Zappin, Alonso Ruizpalacios, and Kajsa Næss
Everyone's just trying to make it through another day in these short films.Films include 3 Wheels, Almost Every Day, Café Paraíso, The Company Man, Deconstruction Workers, Glock, and Oda a la Piña. | Read More
Sit back, relax, and take a rhythmic ride around the world with these narrative shorts. Fueled by alcohol and hormones, Aimee and Steph take a swim on a hot summer night in The Kiss. A student accepts a lift from a stranger but The Ride leads to unexpected consequences. Joel has finally made up his mind, or so he thinks, in Coming Out. A hotel housekeeper dreams of home in Rooms. The little girl in Hauraki gives the grown-ups a lesson in compassion. Experience the awesome adventures of a man and his mustache in Mr. Stache. Shane and his friends thought it would be fun to recapture their geeky youth until The Dungeon Master arrived. Two cops discover a dead body in a cottage and get more than they bargained for in Noreen. | Read More
Directed By: Blackhorse Lowe, Long-Cuu Phan, Todd Luoto, Kate Hudson, and Brian Durnin
Dreams and desires are contemplated, and complicated, in this group of shorts. Films include Cutlass, Of Best Intentions, Oil Change, Shimasani, and This Will All Make Perfect Sense Someday. | Read More