JULY 26, 8:15 PM
DRAMA SHORT | USA | 5 MINUTES
Seven stages of love as experienced by a woman eager to find her own definition of it.
DIRECTOR Elena Viklova
PRODUCER Elena Viklova, Alexandre Casanova
WRITER Elena Viklova
If I Go, Will They Miss Me
DRAMA SHORT | USA | 13 MINUTES
On January 14th, 2020, a Delta Airlines Boeing 777 jetliner headed to LAX dumped jet fuel on several Southeast Los Angeles elementary schools. In spite of these dangers, Lil’ Ant’s twelve year old imagination is boundless. He is fascinated by Pegasus, the Greek mythological creature. He dreams of flying like him and sees a mysterious group of airplane people who come out to fly every evening. Big Ant sees them too. Big Ant begins to see his son’s interest in flying grow just like he once did when he was his son’s age. He understands that Lil Ant will be flying soon, urging him to bless his son’s upcoming flight with a father’s prayer meant for him and the entire community.
DIRECTOR Walter Thompson-Hernández
PRODUCER Stuart Andrew McInyre
WRITER Walter Thompson-Hernández
COMEDY SHORT | USA | 12 MINUTES
Reeling from an earth-shattering break up, seventeen year old Zoe must confront all that is left of her first love - a cardboard box of stuff. As Zoe prepares to meet up with her ex one last time to return his things, Zoe enlists her three best friends to help her execute a questionable plan.
DIRECTOR Eva Neuwirth
PRODUCER Joss Utting
WRITER Eva Neuwirth
A Ghost Story
DRAMA SHORT | USA | 17 MINUTES
A World War II veteran on his deathbed tells a hospice therapist about his ghost.
DIRECTOR Melissa Ann Bruning
PRODUCER Melissa Ann Bruning, Derek Alan Cecil, Sarah Demeestere
WRITER Melissa Ann Bruning
The Baby Next Door
THRILLER | USA | 22 MINUTES
A spitfire, fast, fever dream of a short. A man stressed out by his job, his recent breakup, and insomnia inducing cries of a baby next door struggles to keep it together while self-medicating with drugs as a grisly secret is slowly revealed.
DIRECTOR Alec Gibbons
PRODUCER Alec Gibbons, Ricardo Bravo
WRITER Alec Gibbons, Ricardo Bravo
Fog of War
DRAMA SHORT | USA | 22 MINUTES
October 20th 1918 - The Meuse-Argonne Offensive, WWI Enlisted TOMMY ATKINS is not cut out for war. He is nearly paralyzed by fear, yet he is ushered into battle, where he gets shot in the abdomen. He is dragged into safety by his brother, HARRY ATKINS. Harry patches him up and waits for him to get rested up before trying to catch up with his Division that has moved on past the German frontlines. Tommy thumbs an unopened TELEGRAM, seemingly scared to open it.
Later that night Tommy spots a peculiar, Boar-like creature in No Man's Land. Tommy remembers an encounter with a French soldier, JEAN-PIERRE, who has been telling stories about a strange beast, "Le Voirloup", roaming the battlefield at night, devouring the souls of dead soldiers. That night, Tommy has another altercation with the creature, and as the beast is about to lunge at him
DIRECTOR Steven Lundgren
PRODUCER Pam Robison
WRITER Steven Lundgren