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Films & Schedules - SHORTS II

Sat, Nov 6, 2010
at 7 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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Thu, Nov 11, 2010
at 8:45 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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SHORTS II

SHORTS

Whitsell Auditorium    

Interests: Animation, Asian, Music, Queer, Documentary, Narrative, Experimental, Shorts.


2ND HAND CINEMA

2ND HAND CINEMA

DIRECTOR: AARON BOURGET - (SEATTLE)

(DOC) This retelling of an American classic is a study in audience participation, modern mythology, and the oral tradition.

3 Minutes    


SHI-SHI-ETKO

SHI-SHI-ETKO

DIRECTOR: KATE KROLL - (VANCOUVER, BC)

(NAR) The policy of sending First Nation children away to residential school is brought home through a young girl treasuring her last days with her family.

12 Minutes    


SAVAGE

SAVAGE

DIRECTOR: LISA JACKSON - (VANCOUVER, BC)

(NAR) A musical take on the First Nation residential school experience. “A beautiful and surprising Ghost Dance.”—GD.

6 Minutes    


BROOKE & PATTY TALK ABOUT LIFE: PART 7

DIRECTOR: JIM LOWRY - (PORTLAND)

(DOC) Middle-aged friends Brooke and Patty take a shopping break to discuss events regarding the war.

2 Minutes    


WHO THE HELL IS ROBERT RONNIE BRANAMAN?

WHO THE HELL IS ROBERT RONNIE BRANAMAN?

DIRECTOR: GUY BORGES, PATRICK ROSENKRANZ - (PORTLAND)

(DOC) Beat generation poet, painter, and film producer Bob Branaman comments on a life spent outrunning fame.

10 Minutes    


TWO BEDS

DIRECTOR: KANAKO WYNKOOP - (OLYMPIA)

(NAR) A queer doppelganger couple fights the age-old battle of heteronormative monogamy or polyamorous adventure. “Demonstrates both how to survive your family and sit on your own face.”—GD.

8 Minutes    


COINED

COINED

DIRECTOR: ELIJAH M. HASAN - (PORTLAND)

(EXP) The coins and currency of consumerism lead our subject to question his choices.

8 Minutes    


ROBIER TALKS ABOUT LIFE: PART 28

ROBIER TALKS ABOUT LIFE: PART 28

DIRECTOR: JIM LOWRY - (PORTLAND)

(DOC) “ROBIER TALKS ABOUT LIFE ... in a memorable fashion while looking for someone like Beckett or Caver or Pinget to transcribe it.”—GD.

5 Minutes    


A MOMENT’S REVERIE

A MOMENT’S REVERIE

DIRECTOR: TESS MARTIN - (SEATTLE)

(ANI) Letters in a book come alive on the page and trigger an imaginative journey.

10 Minutes    


HOW EUNICE GOT HER BABY

HOW EUNICE GOT HER BABY

DIRECTOR: ANA VALINE - (VANCOUVER, BC)

(NAR) Young Flo’s thermostat is “cranked up high,” leading her to the wild life that answers the title’s question.

16 Minutes    

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