Screening: May 10, 2014, 1:50pm
Running Time: 80 minutes
Cruising Electric – The marketing department green-lights a red-light tie-in. Sixty lost seconds of modern movie merchandising.
Dog Food – A butcher loses his dog.
Butter Lamp – A young photographer and his assistant suggest to Tibetan nomads to take their picture. Against diverse and more or less exotic backgrounds, families appear to the photographer. Through these shots, the photographer will weave unique links with each of the various villagers.
Seawolf – In “Seawolf,” Alison experiences loneliness, joy and fear as she travels to different worlds through magical boxes. This film has been influenced by the works of artist Joseph Cornell. “Seawolf” was awarded the South by Southwest Jury Award for Texas High School Shorts.
Godka Cirka – Hole In the Sky – Young Alifa looks up at the Somali sky. She thinks about her daily life as a shepherdess… She knows that the day that will change her life forever is about to come. A nominee for the Best Short Film Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Yearbook – A man spends 17 years trying to compile the definitive history of human existence before the planet blows up. Winner of the Short Film Jury Award: Animation at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Lion’s Mouth Opens – A stunningly courageous young actor, Marianna Palka, confronts her risk of Huntington’s Disease. A nominee for the Best Short Film Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Choreography – Through an experience into an interval of foreign sounds and images, Choreography shows how donkeys respond to brief encounters of filmmakers who watch and listen to them. It also demands that the viewer comes to grips with how they respond to their own observations of the animal involved in this relationship. A nominee for the Best Short Film Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.