In this final event of the season, come see local short films by the season's audience-voted winners and more at this special, one-night-only event! Come celebrate West Michigan's growing film community!
Watch a selection of films at 7 PM. After the show, vote for your favorite flick and participate in a Q&A with filmmakers. Special guest Christian Gaines will speak briefly about film and film communities. (Gaines is the incoming director for ArtPrize and previous executive board member for Cannes Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, the American Film Institute, and IMDb.com.)
Around 9:30 PM, relax and enjoy the after party, with a cash bar and musical guest Selectronics!
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This event was made possible by support from Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University.
Films showing include:
Monster, Me (Milt Klingensmith)
10 min. A young girl mysteriously transforms into something she will learn to love, if it doesn’t kill her first.
Juggle & Cut (Caleb Slain)
10 min. In the autumn of 1998, a profound tragedy echoed through a small Michigan farming community and twisted the well laid plans of a young prodigy in strange and inspired ways.
Paranormal Probe (Anjalika Lobo)
10 min. The destinies of two kids and the star of a failing ghost-hunter show collide in this quirky coming-of-age narrative.
Space for Rent (Jeremy Knickerbocker)
12 min. Space For Rent is a short documentary which examines the creative act and process of reacting to spaces in architecture, as it manifests itself in both performance and sculpture. Street Skateboarders are largely reacting to the excesses created by industrialization and corporate capitalism.
Note to parents: these films are not rated, but some thematic elements may not be appropriate for children under 15.
When & Where
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts
The UICA builds creative community by fostering new forms of expression, promoting collaboration, and providing genuine experiences with contemporary art.