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Love Your Shorts Summer Rewind August 24, 2012
Join the Love Your Shorts Film Festival for a selection of short films (animation, documentary, comedy, sci-fi/horror, drama, and Florida Flavor) that were shown at the February 2012 festival.
TICKETS ARE ONLY $5
Concessions available (CASH ONLY)
Written by Matt West, Directed by Charles Frisby/Grunge Productions
Starring Barbi Bauman and Alec Then
Edited by Nelson Beverly, Music by Kevin MacLeod
Some films may contain mature content; viewer discretion is advised.
Comedy, Directed by Anna Mastro, USA, 19m
A love story with a musical twist in the lives of a young couple on the verge of moving forward or breaking up.
The Driving Accident
Directed by Rio Fitch, Canada, 5m
During an afternoon of play, a young boy must use his wits and creativity to recover from a mishap.
Directed by William Mazzola, Brazil, 6m
The simple act of holding hands symbolizes a pure and true love.
Love and Buns: The Hot Dog House
Directed by Jason Badgett, USA, 10m
A group of students at the University of Kansas tries to change some perceptions about Christians – through the simple act of handing out free hot dogs.
Directed by Kevin J. O’Neill, USA, 16m
A longshoreman sentenced to jail for manslaughter is visited by his 18-year-old daughter more than a decade after his crime.
Directed by Mike Lemcke, USA, 13m
Everyone is at the right place at the right time – but with the wrong person.
Juke Box Blues
Directed by Pat Taggart, USA, 5m
A presumption of prejudice with a little twist.
How To Kill Your Clone
Directed by Jack McWilliams, USA, 5m
Dick wants to get rid of his out-of-control clone, but because of their identical physical and mental abilities he must hire a third party to do his dirty work.
Floyd the Android
Directed by Jonathan Lyons, USA, 4m
Floyd the Android is an animated robot that gets into crazy situations, but always manages to escape. This project includes two episodes that give a view of his world.
I Was a Parade
Directed by Steven Levy, USA, 4m
A lonely boy takes 100 balloons to someone he missies.
A Finger, Two Dots Then Me
Directed by David Holechek, USA, 8m
Based on a poem by Derrick Brown, this film takes a look at life, death and love. Brown has performed around the world as a headliner and with bands such as the Flaming Lips and the Cold War Kids.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
· Some films may contain mature content; viewer discretion is advised.
· No refunds or exchanges.
· Must bring copy (printed or electronic version) of EACH ticket purchased to be admitted.
· General audience seating is not assigned or reserved and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
· Handicapped seating is available upon request.