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Sunday, July 27 • 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Shorts II

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2580 - (Screening B)

A man struggles to get into the routine of working out after work.  He must find the proper head space in order to remember the combination of his lock. Director|Screenwriter: Bryce Richardson | Cinematographer: Tore Knos | Cast: Vince Edgehill,Irina Brovina,Max Bernstein USA | 2013 | Runtime: 8 min.

Cubical Life - (Screening C)

Hearing a computer keystroke that goes against the methodical rhythm of the cubical life a female office drone searches for the cause of the sound that dares to go against the group. She eventually finds the cause; a techie is fixing a bad key at another drones cubical.  Upon returning to her desk she has a perception shift as her spirits are up-lifted by a bit of the outside world (a shaft of sunlight) that comes streaming into the... Read More →

Eternally Yours - (Screening D)

In a classroom student germs are instructed by a master teacher in the immortality of their quest -- infecting the world by the most obvious means:  contacting the human hand.  She taught them to multiply, then they did the math and your life was never the same again. Director|Screenwriter: Jack Ofield | Producer: Helen-Maria Erawan | | USA | 2013 | Runtim: 11 min.

Inside Motherwell's Dumpster - (Screening F)

Mike Wright is a sculptor working in the rich tradition of scavengers on the tip of Cape Cod. She finds unusual pieces of painted wood in a dumpster outside Sea Barn, the former  home and studio of the abstract expressionist painter Robert Motherwell. In a new sculpture she layers in ProvincetownÍs life as an important arts colony. In this rich collaboration, Mike wears a tiny GoPro camera on her head and sits alone with an audio... Read More →

Jaipur Mahouti - (Screening I)

'Jaipur Mahouti'  portrays the cultural love of elephants in India and the strong bond between elephant drivers (mahouts) and the elephants with whom they share their daily lives. It was shot entirely in Jaipur, India and features the music of hip hop artist MC Yogi. Director|Producer|Cinematographer: Deborah Harse | | USA | 2013 | Runtime: 8 min.

Joe - (Screening A)

This short documentary describes Joe's world.  We hear about how he got into the vending machine business and became a Rabbi. | | Directors: Erica Hill, Nick  Noyes USA, Uganda | 2014 | Runtime: 5 min.

Maritime Capsules - (Screening E)

Why do working-class people work so hard to sustain ways of life tied to dying commercial industries?  Maritime Capsules addresses this question through the eyes of a small group of people struggling to maintain an ancient rowboat as a vital piece of maritime culture in the shadows of the declining commercial fishing industry in Gloucester, Massachusetts, the oldest seaport in America.  Through the story of the Grand Banks Dory from the... Read More →

The Models of Bekonscot - (Screening G)

A retro style documentary about an English village dating back to the 1930's. This town has country manors, schools and an airfield but as the film reveals, it is far from ordinary. Director|Screenwriter|Producer|Cinematographer - Sophie Le Neveu | | USA | 2013 | Runtime: 5 min. |  

The Watershed - (Screening H)

Cape Cod is famous for its pristine beaches and estuaries, which provide pleasure and sustenance to all who live and visit there. But a dirty secret is lurking behind the beautiful views.For decades, nutrients from human waste have been seeping out of septic systems and into the groundwater. Excess nitrogen and phosphorus now threaten a majority of Cape CodÍs estuaries, endangering critical ecosystems, the shellfish industry, and... Read More →

Sunday July 27, 2014 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Redfield Auditorium, Redfield Building, WHOI 86 Water Street Woods Hole, MA 02543

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