Good Morning

Good Morning

Michael Marantz, 2017, 2 min 46 sec
*Experimental, Avant-Garde Short  *Official Selection
Saturday May 6th, 6:30 pm   

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Created as a response to the turmoil across the US, Good Morning is a film to remind us to stand united and continue to work for a better, more connected world where all are respected as equals.

 

From director Michael Marantz: “We might not share the same opinions, we may look different, but in the end we are all human beings. We hope this piece conjures up some inspiration to act with strength and compassion in all of our daily interactions. Let us stand together.”

Panic Attack!

Panic Attack!

Eileen O’Meara, 2016, 3 min 20 sec
Animated Short *Official Selection
Saturday May 6th, 6:30 pm  

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Inspired by nagging thoughts that may start with “did I leave the coffee on?” and end up turning into “what if I give birth to Satan’s baby?”, this hand-drawn animation explores anxiety, obsession, and one woman’s slippery hold on reality.

 

Soft Voice

Soft Voice

Afshin Hashemi, 2015, 60 Min
*Winner Experimental Feature
Saturday May 6th, 6:30pm  

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A transgender female leaves her life in the city and locks herself in a house in the middle of the woods, contemplating her life. Various people come to visit her, challenging her with their different agendas, as she seeks peace and a new voice – a soft voice – to return to her life and her people.

 

There’s More Than One Way To Skin A Man

There’s More Than One Way To Skin A Man

Emma Penaz Eisner, 2017, 7 min 9 sec
Experimental/avant-garde Short *Official Selection
Saturday May 6th, 6:30pm  

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Up is down, and inside turns out. Who are these men that embody and fuel our collective existential upheaval? What are they to you: heroes, anti-heroes, villains? Or something else altogether? Created by award-winning filmmaker Emma Penaz Eisner, this experimental work intermixes original cinematography and archival film along with contemporary found footage to draw viewers into these questions.