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MOVIES FOR AND BY YOUTH

WAIT-WAIT-WAIT

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DIRECTOR: Emma Penaz Eisner

Always we hear the robotic command to wait. Who will obey, and for how long? Shot in San Diego, this experimental film captures the real-time street sounds and images at the corner of 8th and E.
SAT. APRIL 28

10:15 AM

3 minutes

MICRO-SHORT ANIMATION

VENUE: LIBRARY

THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO SKIN A MAN

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DIRECTOR: Emma Penaz Eisner

Up is down, and inside turns out: Who are these men that embody and fuel our collective existential upheaval? Are they heroes, anti-heroes, villains? Or something else altogether? This award-winning experimental work, created by intermixing original cinematography and archival film along with contemporary found footage, draws viewers into these questions.
SAT. APRIL 28

10:15 AM

7 minutes

MICRO-SHORT EXPERIMENTAL

VENUE: LIBRARY

DRAWN ONWARD

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DIRECTOR: Max Klein

Drawn Onward is an experimental narrative film produced by seven 10th graders enrolled at Viewpoint School in Calabasas California. The film depicts a young man wandering through a barren landscape in an abstract parable of environmental devastation.
SAT. APRIL 28

10:15 AM

4 minutes

STUDENT

MICRO-SHORT EXPERIMENTAL



VENUE: LIBRARY

CLAY

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DIRECTOR: Douglas Kerner

A young artist breathes life into her creation, which then turns against her.

Produced by a group of 10th grade students at Viewpoint School in Calabasas, California.
SAT. APRIL 28

10:30 AM

4 minutes

STUDENT MICRO-SHORT


VENUE: LIBRARY

PREP TALK

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DIRECTOR: Michael Wagner

During the last week of summer vacation, four friends discuss the ins and outs of their high school experience
SAT. APRIL 28

10:30 AM

8 minutes

MICRO-SHORT
DRAMA



VENUE: LIBRARY

HALFWAY HOUSE

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DIRECTOR: Bentley Eldridge

In a small Pacific Northwest town, citizen Ronald Alabama provides a room for a prisoner out on parole in order to earn much needed cash. The prisoner, Jeff Jacobs, joins the household. Ronald has neglected to explain the situation in advance to his family. They are not amused.

Chaos ensues, tempers flare and relationships are strained to the breaking point. Will Ronald be able to resurrect his marriage? Or will this attempted halfway house prove an utter disaster for everyone involved?
SAT. APRIL 28

10:30 AM

16 minutes

STUDENT SHORT

VENUE: LIBRARY

TIGER TOILET

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DIRECTOR: Laurence Unger

'Tiger Toilet' reveals a minute in the life of a deeply conflicted and dangerous toilet. It was inspired by the 100th anniversary of Marcel Duchamp's 'Fountain.'
SAT. APRIL 28

10:30 AM

1 minutes

ANIMATION
MICRO-SHORT

VENUE: LIBRARY





LILY AND THE BABY

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DIRECTOR: The Bum Family

Lilly, a 10-foot tall orange monster, babysits a human baby. The mom leaves a long list of what not to do. What could go wrong?

Made by the Bum Family, a collective of 6 cousins. This is NOT made at a film school or institution. Pure indie.

Director Biography - The Bum Family
SAT. APRIL 28

10:30 AM

7 minutes

STUDENT MICRO-SHORT
Animation

VENUE: LIBRARY

A BOLT FROM THE BLUE

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DIRECTOR: Deb Ethier

When a summons crash-lands on their ship, Yorick (a clever and inventive skull) and his unusual crew leap, roll and spin into action to help a visitor from afar return to afar. Quirky off-centre animated humor on a non-budget from one-person Seat of the Pants Film Lab (aka Deb Ethier). Find out if there really is a flag on the moon!
SAT. APRIL 28

10:30 AM

10 minutes

MICRO-SHORT
Animation

VENUE: LIBRARY

11:15 AM SHORT DOCS

BREATHE

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DIRECTOR:Cody Wilson

A story, "not of the critic who counts; not of the man who points out how the strong man stumbled, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better", but that of an athlete's stoic quest to become an Olympian.
SAT. APRIL 28

11:15 AM

10 minutes

STUDENT DOC

VENUE: LIBRARY


THE ARCADE CREEK PROJECT: A MOSAIC OF SUSTAINABILITY

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DIRECTOR: Jierel Almaro

This documentary film tells the story of a small, deteriorated creek and a group of high schoolers who attempts to save the dying ecosystem before it is gone forever.
SAT. APRIL 28

11:15 AM

30 minutes

STUDENT DOC

VENUE: LIBRARY







ASHLYN'S CRAFTS

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DIRECTOR: Steve Cypert

Who loves SLIME? Everybody! Who knows how to make their own slime? After only a few minutes, YOU WILL. Ashlyn will show you the best way to manufacture this creepy delight.
SAT. APRIL 28

11:15 AM

8 minutes

SHORT DOC
TALK SHOW


VENUE: LIBRARY





Q & A SESSION WITH FILMMAKERS

12:15 PM

GHAR JAANA-HAI: THE STORIES UNTOLD

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DIRECTOR: Snehasis Das

An issue based Musical Video project that deals with Drought and Migration of families. Drought / Water Scarcity is one of the most common natural calamities in the world today and in many places it has happened due to Climate Change. In India it is most prevalent in the states of Orissa, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.
SAT. APRIL 28

12:15 pm

5 minutes

INT'L MUSIC VIDEO

VENUE: LIBRARY

ICE DWELLERS

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DIRECTOR: Barbara Klutinis


Inhabitants of polar and subpolar regions wander through landscapes of melting ice.
SAT. APRIL 28

12:15 pm

13 minutes

SHORT DOC

VENUE: LIBRARY

1:00 PM VETERANS/MILITARY

BROOKLYN IN JULY

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DIRECTOR: Bob Celli

BROOKLYN IN JULY is the story of Frank Walker, an African-American WWII veteran working as a chauffeur. It is the summer of 1945. The War is all but won. The U.S. is riding a wave of triumph even as the undertow of unresolved issues roils beneath. Frank, like so many other African-Americans of the time, is drawn to New York by the promise of better life only to be confronted by the same realities, fear, and hatred he hoped he had left behind. He is a man scarred by a past that is lurking skin deep.
SAT. APRIL 28

1:00 PM

21 minutes

SHORT NARRATIVE
Veterans

VENUE: LIBRARY

SOLDIERS, SAILORS & AIRMEN

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DIRECTOR: Tori McGraw

Three volunteers at the National Mighty Eighth Museum have more of a story than meets the eye. Meet Frank, a soldier in World War II, Betty, a Navy veteran, and Paul, who flew in the 8th Air Force. Here are their incredible stories.
SAT. APRIL 28

1:00 PM

12 minutes

STUDENT DOC
Veterans


VENUE: LIBRARY





ALL QUIET ON THE HOMEFRONT

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DIRECTOR: Harjus Singh

The true story of an Asian-American soldier who faces deportation in wake of a new law passed by Congress that revokes the citizenship of all Non-Caucasians in the US. Even though he served in WWI he now battles the courts of the country that he was willing to die for, who hold his and all Asian's fate in their hands.
SAT. APRIL 28

1:00 PM

25 minutes

STUDENT NARRATIVE

Veterans

VENUE: LIBRARY

OPERATION DYNAMO

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DIRECTOR: Benjamin Owen

A dramatic documentary presentation about the evacuation of British forces from Dunkirk during World War Two. Small events, over the course of a few weeks, influenced decades of world history.

Narrated by Stuart Burgess, this inspiring docu-drama features animated maps and original film footage of war-time events. All new reenacted scenes dramatically bring to life the meaning and emotion of that uncertain time in history.
SAT. APRIL 28

1:00 PM

38 minutes

SHORT DOC
Veterans


VENUE: LIBRARY





3:00 PM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS

CHANGE THE WORLD

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DIRECTOR: Angelena Bonet

Angelena Bonet's song Change The World was co-written from her heart and soul with her late fiancÚ. The title track from her award-winning debut documentary feature film Angelena: Change The World is a message of peace, love and unity.

SAT. APRIL 28

3:00 PM

4 minutes

MUSIC VIDEO

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS


VENUE: LIBRARY


FINAL BLOW

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DIRECTOR: Katusha Robert

Anna is a stay at home wife and Jason is a successful businessman. They are a seemingly happily married couple...but not all is as it seems. One night will change their fate forever.
SAT. APRIL 28

3:00 PM

13 minutes

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS
SHORT DRAMA


VENUE: LIBRARY


HAIR OF THE DOG

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DIRECTOR: Sheri Davis

A man dives deep into the dark world of alcoholism and domestic violence and learns the hard way that karma has no menu when he is served what he deserves.
SAT. APRIL 28

3:00 PM

16 minutes

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS
SHORT DRAMA


VENUE: LIBRARY


ANGELENA: CHANGE THE WORLD

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DIRECTOR: Angelena Bonet

Four years on since the horrific, violent crime that almost took her life, Angelena Bonet is well, thriving and has just produced her documentary film Angelena: Change The World. Shining light and turning tragic into magic, she is the epitome of strength, courage and resilence and an elegant role model for women and girls all around the world.
SAT. APRIL 28

3:00 PM

72 minutes

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS
FEATURE DOC-MUSIC BIOP

VENUE: LIBRARY



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