Be sure not to miss these seven Narrative Short Films which offer unique perspectives into the theme, plot, and motivations of their characters.
Saturday, October 23 at 3:40pm
13300 Branch View Ln
Dallas. TX 75234
October 23 @ 3:40pm until
October 31 @ 11:59pm
Nick thinks he can breeze through these therapy sessions with the court appointed psychologist, Dr. Dana Reynolds. After all he's Nicholas P. Berenger - he's charmed or bought himself out of worse situations than this. But soon he realizes that Dr. Reynolds may have something on him, and it's not pretty.
Comedy drama about supporting the one you love through episodes of difficult mental health. A woman struggles to connect with her depressed husband, when he finally reaches breaking point. Leaving her alone in the middle of nowhere, she finds herself caught somewhere between a dream and reality and with nothing left to lose she makes a wish.
Jen, 28 is based on the writer and star's personal survivor story. This film shines a light on the more common forms of date rape in an effort to open the conversation of consent.
Beth, an aspiring young artist, and her charming commitment phobic coworker, Brian, definitely have a “thing”. When he invites her along to a Halloween party, she thinks their relationship might actually move out of the “friend zone” spurring her to take a romantic leap of faith.
“Movement” (based in 1960): Carmella takes her daughter, Jojo, a disinterested teenager, on a fishing trip. Wanting to make sure that her daughter is grounded in her roots, Carmella passes on the need for strength and resilience during a burgeoning civil rights movement. Based on real life events.
Sometimes staying quiet is not the way forward. After being bullied at school and ignored at home, our girl finally finds her voice in the strangest place. It opens her eyes to the joys that have been right in front of her all along. Set in 1973 with a backdrop of political unrest and social change, a young girl in rural New Zealand questions her place in the world, in a search for her freedom. Oranges &Lemons is about summer and heat, childhood and bravery, it is a snapshot of a time gone by, when life was simpler, but bullying was just as complicated.
Myrtle, a trailer park Mom from Indiana, cooks dinner for her son. But something's not quite right. This kitchen is anonymous, industrial, and Myrtle's working to a deadline. As her composure unravels, we realize that 21 grams is all that separates life from death.