Come experience six short films in our Local Flavor block produced and/or filmed right here in North Texas.
Monday, October 18 at 8pm
13300 Branch View Ln
Dallas. TX 75234
October 18 @ 8pm until
October 31 @ 11:59pm
Two young professionals having an awful morning suddenly meet at a cafe in London. A day that starts out terrible does not have to end that way. The Internationally award-winning film plays like a mini feature, with action, music, romance, moments of humor, and a touch of Bollywood. Falafel is a story about dreams coming true.
AVOID was conceived as a visceral/visual response to avoiding each other to be safe from COVID-19. By our actions, we create a void, causing grief, fear, anxiety, and hope. We investigated improvisation during both filming and production. Film sites were determined by safety and accessibility factors. Each dancer performed 10 task-based movement scores. In post-production, we blended eight movement performances into one, conveying the narrative that we are all connected in our human responses to the pandemic. The musician/composer wove a tapestry of environmental sounds and musical instruments into a score placed over the pre-edited dances.
"Let the People Come Inside" is a short film documentary detailing the TCU play "For Bo", written by Ayvaunn Penn, which is based on the real-life story of Botham Jean. It was created as a class project in the TCU Department of Film, Television, and Digital Media in collaboration with Theatre TCU.
Do Not Disturb is a darkly comic voyeuristic peek into the intimate relationship between the insulated super wealthy and the anonymous staff that take care of their every need. Ariana is agoraphobic, suicidal, and supremely wealthy, but she can't buy friendship. Or can she?
Frustrated with current events, a teenage boy creates a compelling device that can change the world if only he could get his community to buy it. PG
Set on a utopian ranch in the Texas Hill Country, His Eyes Are Blue traces the growth of a snarky teenage boy as he struggles to write his college admissions essay.
These two friends are always up to catch a good flick together, but this one takes the cake.