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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS FROM THE FESTIVAL YEAR 2011
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SHAKESPEARE HIGH

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 81 minutes
  • Directed By: Alex Rotaru
  • Country: USA
At home, many of them face poverty, gangs, drugs, and a lack of role models, but in their high school drama programs, a diverse group of Southern California teens finds a chance to create a better life. Following several students as they prepare for and compete in the 90th Drama Teachers Association of Southern California Shakespeare Festival, and featuring interviews with Val Kilmer, Mare Winningham, Richard Dreyfuss and executive producer Kevin Spacey, this galvanizing documentary reminds us of the positive impact of arts education on impressionable youth. | Read More
Documentary
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SHE MONKEYS

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 84 minutes
  • Directed By: Lisa Aschan
  • Country: Sweden
When 15-year-old Emma lands a competitive spot on the equestrian acrobatics team, she is taken under the wing of a pretty, slightly older teammate, Cassandra. The two begin an intense relationship where the rules of the game blur as psychological stakes get higher and higher. Lisa Aschan's award-winning directorial debut explores the all-consuming world of teen female friendships through naturalistic direction, evocative imagery, and engrossing performances. | Read More
Drama
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SHORTS: ALL YOU CAN EAT

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 79 minutes
  • Country: USA
This tasty assortment of animated shorts will leave you hungry for more. A polar bear in Hollywood has trouble going with the "floe" in The Beaufort Diaries. Love isn't what it's cracked up to be in Not Over Easy. In Year Zero a sole survivor battles the zombie apocalypse in New York City. A lonely and bitter Easter Bunny hatches a plan to steal the spotlight from Santa in Preferably Blue. Follow the lives of seemingly random characters in Just That Sort of a Day. A man's journey through grief is revealed in A Lost and Found Box of Human Sensation. It's a ravishing ride through an imaginary animated landscape in Harmonium Mountain. Recommended for ages 14 and up. | Read More
Animation
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SHORTS: EXIT STRATEGIES

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 98 minutes
  • Country: USA
Sticky situations and surprises create the perfect escape in this program of narrative shorts. When altar boy Damian receives a priestly pep talk he has a decision to make in Pentecost. Roger hit a cat but it's not quite dead, so he and his friends have to finish the job in Dead Cat. Gravity is about friendship, love, space aliens, cocaine, and handicaps, not necessarily in that order. In Each Moment Is the Universe a boy is reborn with memories of his previous lives and tries to fix the mistakes of the past. A father and son face off in The Terms. It's the story of a woman, a man, and a mysterious box in Love, Lots of It. An aspiring actress has trouble after the shooting stops in Eva - Working Title. A restful day turns tense for the family in Picnic. | Read More
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SHORTS: IMPRESSIONS OF MEMORY

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 69 minutes
  • Country: USA
These talented artists address, in both thematically and stylistically distinct ways, the manner in which images evoke memory. This is achieved through the use of text, the presence of previously filmed "found" footage, a scenic train ride bleeding into digital pixels, single frame printing devices, evocations of 9/11, a tribute to a deceased filmmaker, peripheral vision, recall of sleep via animation, seascape imagery folding back on itself in time, and bittersweet remembrances of now-extinct Kodachrome film stock. | Read More
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SHORTS: MIX TAPE

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 95 minutes
  • Country: USA
Sit back, relax, and take a rhythmic ride around the world with these narrative shorts. Fueled by alcohol and hormones, Aimee and Steph take a swim on a hot summer night in The Kiss. A student accepts a lift from a stranger but The Ride leads to unexpected consequences. Joel has finally made up his mind, or so he thinks, in Coming Out. A hotel housekeeper dreams of home in Rooms. The little girl in Hauraki gives the grown-ups a lesson in compassion. Experience the awesome adventures of a man and his mustache in Mr. Stache. Shane and his friends thought it would be fun to recapture their geeky youth until The Dungeon Master arrived. Two cops discover a dead body in a cottage and get more than they bargained for in Noreen. | Read More
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SHORTS: OFF THE GRID

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 94 minutes
  • Country: USA
Sex, drugs, and rock & roll are a few of the topics explored in these thought-provoking short documentaries. Two-man rock duo Crash&Burn is turned upside down when Burn decides to have transgender surgery. It's San Francisco, sex, and the First Amendment in Smut Capital of America. A broken building trembles in a battle for space and souls in Caretaker for the Lord. In Guru a charismatic motivational speaker privately battles bipolar disorder. Incident in New Baghdad recounts a U.S. Army veteran's personal experience in and out of the war zone. | Read More
Documentary
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SHORTS: ONE FOR ALL

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 95 minutes
  • Country: USA
Positive thinking prevails in this group of inspiring short documentaries. In Summer Snapshot a group of friends reflect on a special sun-kissed day. It's mind over matter, literally, for spiritual leader and peace advocate Sri Chinmoy in Challenging Impossibility. In the Spirit of Laxmi a hotel manager commits to raising and re-wilding an injured leopard cub. A community in Haiti rallies to build a movie theater in Sun City Picture House. | Read More
Documentary
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SHORTS: OPEN 24 HOURS

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 81 minutes
  • Country: USA
From the city that never sleeps, these New York shorts show there's no place like home. Twelve-year-old Rodney tries to regain the love of his wayward dad in Down This Road. Two Manhattan teenagers make an unexpected connection in Nightlife. Brothers Caleb and Aaron are at odds over their religious beliefs in Storm Up The Sky. It's all about the gravity of the situation in Brink. Luck finally comes his way for the man in The Ignorant Bliss of Sun and Moon. A 1924 high school autograph book bridges the generation gap in Grandpa Looked Like William Powell. It's a Brooklyn tale about Jimmy, his senile landlord, and the ice cream that brings them together in Loose Change. Three friends are on a mission to pull off the perfect score in Cheat. | Read More
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SHORTS: TAKE AS DIRECTED

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 99 minutes
  • Country: USA
You'll receive just the right dose of drama and comedy in this short narrative program. A nine-year-old boy enlists the help of his best friend to get his Bunny back. A successful man abandons his worldly possessions for a purpose in The Philosopher. Marissa and Jeremy finally share their feelings as Christian summer camp comes to an end in All In All. When Cesar finds himself without options he carjacks Marcia as a Last Resort. An exhausted mother brings her terrified child to the hospital in Cold Blood. In Man and Boy a father takes justice into his own hands when he thinks his son has been sexually assaulted. Ting misses her mom, Jie misses his wife, and a kitten becomes a catalyst in Braid. Two years after a traumatic car accident that leaves a girl in a vegetative state, the man responsible attempts to atone in Switch. | Read More
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