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Thursday, July 31 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Shorts VIII

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Butterfly Fluttering - (Screening D)

She is a modern girl, young, beautiful, and she tries to follow their own instincts. She is searching for someone to love and real feelings. Perhaps she just wants to feel alive. Director|Producer|Cinematographer:Roman Kayumov | Screenwriter: Daria Piotrovskaya Russian Federation| 2014 | Runtime: 25 min.

Conclave - (Screening C)

Kieran awakes on a country road beside an unconscious priest.  He lacks any recollection of whatever events of the morning that have culminated in this predicament.  His bloody knuckles give him his first clue: he is responsible for the bruises and cuts on the priestÍs face.But why?  What could have led him to such violence?  As he searches his car, he finds more clues: a gun, a necklace „ objects that trigger... Read More →

Liz - (Screening E)

'Liz' documents the profound personal journey for survival of a young woman named Liz Leddy. Homeless at 13, Liz lived a tragic life of despair, raging behavior and a brutal fight to survive on the streets. Living in abandoned buildings on the waterfront of Portland, Maine, she battled alcoholism, an eating disorder, being raped, beaten, and a dark world of chaos. Eventually, her self-loathing led to daily thoughts of suicide. With raw grit and... Read More →

Sandra Boynton's WHEN PIGS FLY - (Screening A)

This short film, storyboarded and directed by Sandra Boynton, and wonderfully animated by Ira Baker, shows the gentle relationship between a parent and child (who both happen to be pigs.) Look for a cameo by the incomparable Ryan Adams.The song 'When Pigs Fly' was written by Sandra Boynton, with music by Sandra Boynton and Michael Ford. Produced by Sandra Boynton in Los Angeles (PaxAm Studio) and Nashville (House of Blues.) Stuart Duncan... Read More →

Theme Song Rebel - (Screening B)

In a dystopia where the government assigns each citizen a theme song,Louise McCaffrey is denied the freedom to be herself. Theme songsdetermine everything from social class to profession.  All her lifeLouise has had an exceptionally restricting song. Tired of beingdiscriminated against, Louise questions authority and finds her trueidentity by changing her tune. | | Director: Luke Patton | Screenwriters: Luke Patton, Gabriel Hulbert... Read More →

Thursday July 31, 2014 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Old Woods Hole Fire Station 72 Water Street Woods Hole, MA 02543

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