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Offiical 2016 Festival Program

Wednesday June 15th

8:00PM

TICKETS AND DETAILED PROGRAM

Panofsky’s Complaint

Dir. Peter Mackie   USA/ 10 mins

A doorman for a luxury apartment building faces police interrogation after he snaps on the subway during a confrontation with a wealthy couple.

 

Caitlin Among the Beasts

Dir. Adam Bertocci   USA/ 11 mins

Finding grace and other things that get away.

 

STUCK

Dir. Michelle Botticelli  USA/ 12 mins

One woman’s obsession for her ex leads her best friend on an eye opening journey of her own.

 

Killing the Coat

Dir. Aaron Stoller  USA/ 4 mins

After a cold and punishing winter, a man murders his coat.

 

We are All Going to Die

Dir. Bill Scurry   USA/ 14 mins

A blackout hits a TV viewing party.

INTERMISSION  (10 MINUTES)

 

The Visit

Dir. Shane Andries   USA/ 11 mins

A ‘brown’ man with a beard finds himself caught in a dilemma when two men show up as his house looking for answers.

 

OverAgain

Dir. Marc Pannia  Canada/ 4 mins

In the blink of an eye, Sam circles back to memories as his relationship falls apart.

 

Other People’s People

Dir. James Fauvell  USA/17 mins

An ensemble comedy about intersecting and competing loves, lies and indiscretions of three Brooklyn couples.

 

Getting Old

Dir.  Nathan Honnold  USA/ 2 mins

An Atlanta couple provides an intimate window into their daily life and quirky experiences.

 

Traveling Shoes

Dir. Travis Satten   USA/ 8 mins

He’s doing the lord’s work, one body at a time.

 

Rematar

Dir. Michael Nader  USA/Mexico/ 13 mins

A pair of American drug dealers stumble into a deadly trap when they meet with the agent of a major drug cartel to secure a shipment of cocaine.

GROUP Q&A

 

Thursday June 16th

8:00PM

TICKETS AND DETAILED PROGRAM

 

 

ENTELECHY

Dir. Ariana Delawari  USA / 10 mins

A haunting experimental, docu-musical about global warming and changing the dream as a woman is guided by a dream therapist onto a shamanic journey as she works to shift her dream to a vision of love.   

 

Out of the Village

Dir. Jonathan Stein   West Africa/ 17mins

A brother and his sister seek closure after Ebola ravages their West African village.

 

The Push

Dir. Will Joines  USA/ 9 mins

After witnessing a random act of violence on the New York subway, a young woman’s daily commute becomes a minefield of dark anxieties both real and imagined.

 

The Timmy Brother’s – Water Makers

Dir. Paul Riccio  USA/ 5 mins

Mockumentary takes aim at the artisanal food movement, wha the Mast Brothers are to chocolate, the Timmy Brothers are to bespoke water.

INTERMISSION (10 Minutes)

Greener Grass

Dir. Paul Briganti   USA/ 15 mins

A dark comedy of manners set in a surreal ad meticulous world.

 

Dime Crimes #34

Dir. Ed Hellman   USA/ 18 mins

A homebody with a stash of pulp fiction sees a gun hidden in the waistband of her charming new tenant.

 

Antarctica

Dir. Reuben Hernandez  Antarctica/USA 2 mins

One second a day during the two month journey from New York to Antarctica.

 

Youth

Dir. Brett Marty   USA/ 17 mins

Growing old in a world of perpetual youth.

 

Playback

Dir. Justin Ivan Hong   Singpapore/ 3 mins

Through an unfortunate incident, simple technology unites two people from different generations.

 

Our Broken Heart

Dir. Niclas Larsson   Sweden/ 11 mins

A story about a broken heart.

GROUP Q&A -  AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT