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Selection of Short Fiction: Room Tone, Samuel’s Got A Sweet Tooth, Fly, Ani...

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Selection of Short Fiction

Room Tone (USA)

A narrative short directed by Morgan Cooper

Lloyd is a man in his late-20s who works as a freelance sound mixer in Kansas City, MO. Lloyd loves his job, is good at it, and has a nice, stable life… but he can’t seem to let go of an unfulfilled dream. “Room Tone” explores an artist’s conflict--the fine line that separates joy and self-doubt.

Samuel’s Got A Sweet Tooth (USA)

A narrative short directed by Angel Rosa

A strict disciplinarian lush finds herself at her wit's end while contending with her young boy's persistent penchant for late night bowls of ice cream. Samuel's Got a Sweet Tooth is a compact, first person narrative of woes and regrets, as bittersweet as they are haunting. Filmed on location in Sandy Hook, Newtown, CT.

Fly (USA)

A narrative animated short directed by Briana Krzeminski.

In this animated short film, a young human child lives within a strange fantasy world. Raised by the creatures of that world, Olokan, she longs to fit in among them. She struggles to find her place among them, but she gives it one last attempt by flying like the Olokan.

Animals (South Africa)

A narrative short directed by Kyllian Roux.

When Grace a struggling vagrant women, discovers her younger brother may have been taken by a perverted homeless man, she must try and hunt him down. But instead finds an impossible choice which will change her brother’s life.

So Much Rice For So Little Chicken (Mexico)

A narrative short directed by Alejandra Carreño Perea.

A mother decides to hide her husband's death from her little children, before her mother-in-law reveals the truth in the funeral.

Through The Red Door (USA)

A narrative short directed by Anita Russo and Kate Marion.

A political satire/comedy that depicts a colorful, alternate reality that all too frequently, reflects our own topsy-turvy times. Characters are familiar, yet surreal: some are actually MAD. Tea Parties become great again and rules no longer apply.

Smoke Grenade (USA)

A narrative short directed by Joe LaRocca.

Robert is peer pressured into setting off a smoke grenade in his high school bathroom as a prank. After running home early he stumbles across a family secret that will change his life forever.

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