Short Block 7 – Friday at 5:30 p.m.
The last short film block on Friday includes four Texas Premieres and two World Premieres.
USA | Drama | 11 minutes | Texas Premiere
Directed by Darwin Serink
Raul finally gets the courage to ask his co-worker, Rosa out on a date. When the day arrives, Raul is confronted by ICE officers and arrested for being undocumented. Meanwhile Rosa is waiting for him at his favorite restaurant only to never have Raul arrive.
USA | Drama | 16 minutes | Texas Premiere
Directed by Christine Chen & Camille Schmoutz
A teen raised in a southern home in the mid-1960s risks everything to cross-dress for the first time after receiving an invitation to an underground party. (Texas Film)
All The World Is A Stage
Singapore | Animation | 2 minutes
Directed by Hannes Rall
An animated adaptation of the famous Shakespeare poem “All The World’s A Stage” narrated by the renowned Shakespeare actor and director Samuel West (Royal Shakespeare Company).
USA | Drama | 13 minutes | Texas Premiere
Directed by Jason Winn
There’s no way to ever prepare for the unspeakable, but when tragedy strikes our lives, do we ever truly move on? We’re often told we have to, but the pain can linger, haunting us, refusing to let go. Perhaps there is a reason, a purpose for this pain. A teacher comes face-to-face with the surreal, the unexpected, as he struggles to move forward with the guilt in the wake of a deadly school shooting.
USA | Comedy | 5 minutes | Texas Premiere
Directed by Jason MacDonald
Mr. Goody lives to interview, but his tactics are questionable.
You and Yours
USA | Drama | 24 minutes | World Premiere
Directed by Johnathon Holdforth & Taylor Washington
A penniless young man, desperate to secure a better life for his girlfriend and unborn child, entangles himself in the lonesome and crime-ridden ways of his estranged and volatile older brother.
The Ember Days – Without Love
USA | Drama | 7 minutes | World Premiere
Directed by Jeff Ray
An aspiring ballerina leads a double life to make ends meet, but struggles to make her dreams a reality when her two worlds collide. (Texas Film)
Twice at Once
USA | Drama | 15 minutes | Texas Premiere
Directed by Amos Efrat
A dysfunctional married couple begins to explore unorthodox methods of intimacy with unusual results.
This screening is presented by HKC Investments Corporation.
Date: Friday, April 26
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: Fritztown Cinema – Theater 3
Tickets: $10 individual ticket – at-the-door, as available / All Access Badge and Filmmaker Badge priority seating