Shorts Program 4: WAKE UP CALL
Showing at 01:45PM on Sunday, April 10, 2005
More Competition Films, Short Films
AMERICAN INDEPENDENT COMPETITION
TOTAL RUNNING TIME 97 MIN
Sunday, April 10, 2005 at 1:45pm at Enzian Theater
Followed by wine tastings from STERLING VINEYARDS at 3:45pm
Tuesday, April 12, 2005 at 6:30pm at Regal Winter Park Village
USA, 2004, 20 MIN
DIRECTED BY TONY MOSHER
2ND US SHOWING
Perpetually drunk and disorderly, Quincy must perform six months of community service as a party clown in a low-income housing project. Between balloon animals, he befriends Frijolito, a young Hispanic boy with a secret.
USA, 2004, 12 MIN
DIRECTED BY CRAIG MACNEILL
Something strange is happening in Ms. Lovecraft’s seventh-grade Sex Ed class.
THE PASSAGE OF MRS. CALABASH
USA, 2004, 19 MIN
DIRECTED BY SCOTT TUFT
Charlie Robinson (Night Court) stars in this fascinating deconstruction focused on an overnight train journey and the guarded secrets that can be shared only with a stranger.
BUOI CHIEU (AFTERNOON)
USA, 2004, 10 MIN, IN VIETNAMESE W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES
DIRECTED BY KIM SPURLOCK
EAST COAST PREMIERE
A rainy afternoon and an unexpected guest lead to a tale of love, loss, and otherworldly sensual experiences.
USA, 2004, 6 MIN
DIRECTED BY JASON REITMAN
Combining a bed, two coeds, and a couple of lawyers, the latest comedy from the director of In God We Trust (FFF 2000, Grand Jury Award for Best Narrative Short) takes bedroom politics to hilarious new heights.
THE SPIN CYCLE
USA, 2004, 9 MIN
DIRECTED BY CHRIS OHLSON
In a Laundromat, a paraplegic becomes the victim of a cruel joke. Or does he? A comedic look at who spins whom.
USA, 2004, 20 MIN
DIRECTED BY GLEN OWEN
Sheeri Rappaport (NYPD Blue) stars in this electrifying tale of a woman’s journey across town, a cab ride from one dead end to another that will change a life forever.