2011 Winter Series Films

WINTER 2011 FILM SERIES

JANUARY 28-29, 2011

 

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ASTRONAUT
by
Andrey Chegodaev
One day from a childhood: A boy plays in his room. He constructed a spaceship from chairs and boxes and flies into space. Will he return for dinner?Screens Saturday, January 29th at 3pm
BEAST OF HEARTS
by
Jonathan Seligson
A long time ago in the distant future, the Beast of Hearts lives a life of bleary malaise until he discovers the proverbial key to his kismet in a most unusual place. He sets out to find the meaning to his life while his malevolent nemesis plots to thwart his endeavor.Saturday, January 29th at 8pm
BLOODY MARY CHRISTMAS
by
Claudio Centimeri
Young Father Christmas grants wishes for Alex, a young boy forced to live with his ruthless uncle and aunt. Through lies and deceit, pungent remarks and a mysterious past, he will give Alex his freedom back, and 'sort out' the rest of the family.Screens Saturday, January 29th at 3pm
BOTTLES
by
Jon Stout
Mira has a dark secret, when she gets angry objects move and people get hurt. One day she discovers disturbing items in her daughter's antique bottle collection and is frightened by what she finds. You have to be careful about what you collect.Saturday, January 29th at 8pm
THE BURYING BEETLE
by
Dave Rock
A boy trying to cope with his terminally ill father's impending death discovers religion and becomes convinced that his father must repent and get baptized to save his soul before he dies. His father, a scientist and avowed atheist, doesn't quite see it that way.Screens Saturday, January 29th at 3pm
CAFE
by
Norman Magden
A well known mythical figure celebrates his legacy by creating a special performance for his unusual constituents. The events are captured by the filmmaker who cinematically documents reality boundaries that seem to continuously vacillate.Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
COME SIT STAY
by
Jody Oberfelder
A man confuses his girlfriend for a dog, expecting loyalty and obedience. Playfulness turns to violence and fantasy leaves questions as to who is man’s best friend.Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
COVERAGE
by
Jef Taylor
David and Lynn are in the midst of a relationship crisis on the morning of September 11, 2001. David becomes fixated on the twenty-four hour television coverage with an intensity that makes Lynn uneasy, despite their relationship's new, if unclear, vitality.Saturday, January 29th at 8pm
DERIVA (ADRIFT)
by
Angel Tirado
Two lost fishermen find their way back to a changed world.Screens Saturday, January 29th at 3pm
DRIFT
by
Jim Vendiola
Boy places ad. Girl responds to ad. Two twenty-something strangers decide to ditch work on the very same Tuesday, wondering where exactly a winter's day together might take them...Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
THE FANTASTIC ADVENTURES OF CLOUDMAN
by
Phoebe Parsons
A psychedelic exploration of the classic a hero is born genre. After trying to maintain a life of simplicity, Cloudman is thrust into a life of explosions, poison daggers, deep sea adventures and outer space battles.Screens Saturday, January 29th at 3pm
HOLY SHEEP
by
Taira Ebihara
After being asked out to a party, Tony does not know that he's the main attraction.Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
JUZZO
by
Spencer Davids
Juzzo is a recovering heroin addict adrift in the city. Another day, another bottle of beer to numb the '$%^@$$ pain'. Despite it all, he seems to be having fun.Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
LEATHER
by
James Boldiston
&
David Richardson
A retired boxer trains alone in a gym. We walk with him back to a moment and witness his discovery: what it means to fight. Leather culminates in victory both tragic and noble.Saturday, January 29th at 8pm
THE ONE ABOUT THE SHEEP
by Toby Roberts
An Australian farmer walks into his bedroom with his beloved sheep tucked firmly under his arm. Both farmer and sheep are shocked and surprised to see the farmer's wife lounging luridly in bed and in anticipation.Saturday, January 29th at 8pm
THE RAINBOW ROOM
by
Igor Yankilevich
A group of young heroin addicts wait around an abandoned warehouse for their drug dealer to arrive with the goods.Saturday, January 29th at 8pm
SYNC
by Ein Chang
On the final audition day for a play, a man and a woman experience series of strange phenomena in which the actual actions and the sounds around their environment are out of sync.Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
TASTE
by
Yvonne Grzenkowicz
A tasteful dinner becomes something difficult to digest.Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
VOYEURNET
by Stuart Parkyn
Trent likes Kate, who rides the same tram as him from school. Trent is becoming obsessed with internet porn and the longer he surfs the more extreme his interests are getting. Trent finally talks with Kate on the tram, but his motives are more than just flirting.Screens Friday, January 28th at 8pm
WAFFLE
by Rafael De Leon Jr.
A disfigured science fair champion invites her new friend over for dinner, but by the time dessert comes around, the two schoolmates will discover each other's true, unpleasant natures.Saturday, January 29th at 8pm
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