Everything is bigger in Texas and that includes the talent showcased in each of the seven gems featured in our Texas Short Films Block created by citizens of the Lone Star State.
Thursday, October 21 at 6pm
7205 Bishop Rd
Plano, TX 75024
October 21 @ 7pm until
October 31 @ 11:59pm
A young girl is lured from her troubled home by a mysterious stranger that seems to have all the answers.
About the victorious strike of 10,000 pecan shellers and strike leader Emma Tenayuca, singer Keli Rosa takes three girls to Emma Tenayuca’s grave and a mural painted on a laundromat. Together they uncover memories and the power of labor and shared liberation.
Life should be just like drinking tea. "이 차가 내 인생이라면" is a short poetic animation that parallels the act of drinking tea to the feelings experienced in life.
My debut film as a writer and director. "Hey" conveys an intense love blossoming between two people. This film was created to explore the profound simplicity of intimacy without words.
A woman finds herself torn between the bustle of her New York life and the quaint dance floors of her home in Texas. Should she stay or should she go now?
Musical Parody of Maybe This Time from Cabaret.
In February 2021, two women are at their wits end after a year of lockdowns. But in this musical comedy, they are holding out hope that Maybe This Year Won't Suck.
Inspired by coming of age cult classics, #Whitina is a film about exploring the crossroads of the inner and outer struggles of being Mexican-American against the backdrop of a social media obsessed society. High School cheerleader and whitina (white acting Latina) Genesis Valdez is forced to go on the run with her two former best friends (Bella and Chris) after a confrontation with undercover I.C.E. Agents. The altercation is filmed by two middle schoolers and the group goes #viral. While on the run Chris reveals he is a dreamer and could get deported. Genesis makes a decision to help Chris escape and learns what it really means to be "down for La Raza."