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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS II: INTERNATIONAL TIES

Sun, Feb 13, 2011
at 12:15 PM (WH)
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SHORT CUTS II: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS

Includes The Cow Who Wanted to be a Hamburger, Aquarium, Lipsett Diaries, All Flowers in Time, Off Season, and Wish 143 (Oscar nominee),

90 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


THE COW WHO WANTED TO BE A HAMBURGER

THE COW WHO WANTED TO BE A HAMBURGER

DIRECTOR: Bill Plympton - (United States)

A children’s fable about the power of advertising, the meaning of life, and the test of a mother’s love. (6 mins.)


AQUARIUM

DIRECTOR: Bård Røssevold - (Norway)

If living your life is like living in a fish bowl, are you the fish looking out or the observer looking in? (17 mins.)

Adult audiences.


LIPSETT DIARIES

LIPSETT DIARIES

DIRECTOR: Theodore Ushev - (Canada)

Deconstructing a visionary in experimental cinema, Ushev’s animated documentary presents the incredible creativity and emotional tumult that defined filmmaker Arthur Lipsett’s life. (15 mins.)


ALL FLOWERS IN TIME

ALL FLOWERS IN TIME

DIRECTOR: Jonathan Caouette - (United States)

Chloë Sevigny stars in a mysterious and fantastical world where a television signal possesses young viewers, making them believe they can transform into other people or monsters. (13 mins.)


OFF SEASON

OFF SEASON

DIRECTOR: Jonathan Van Tulleken - (Canada)

Stealing from summer cottages during the brutal off-season winter months, a transient and his faithful dog make a tragic discovery. (13 mins.)


WISH 143

DIRECTOR: Ian Barnes - (Great Britain)

A young man, desperate to come of age before time runs out, has nothing to lose but his virginity. (23 mins.)

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