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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS IV: INTERNATIONAL TIES

Mon, Feb 20, 2012
at 12:30 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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SHORT CUTS IV: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS

79 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


SPECKY FOUR EYES

SPECKY FOUR EYES

DIRECTOR: Jean-Claude Rozek - (France)

Arnaud’s prescribed glasses interfere with his best views: the fantastical world his shortsightedness enables him to imagine. (9 mins.)


SAILCLOTH

SAILCLOTH

DIRECTOR: Elfar Adalstein - (Great Britain)

The poignant story of an elderly widower (John Hurt) who sets in motion a series of events to hide his disappearance from a Cornish nursing home. (18 mins.)


THE RENTER

DIRECTOR: Jason Carpenter - (United States)

On a young boy’s Lynchian visit to his grandmother’s farm he learns that caring can be shown in unexpected ways. (10 mins.)


COLD BLOOD

COLD BLOOD

DIRECTOR: Martin Thibaudeau - (Canada)

A mother brings her reluctant son to the hospital for an ambiguous procedure. (4 mins.)


THE STRANGE ONES

THE STRANGE ONES

DIRECTOR: Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein - (United States)

A man and a boy traveling to an unknown destination find respite in a motel swimming pool. On the surface all seems normal, but nothing is what it seems to be. (5 mins.)


DAS TUB

DIRECTOR: James Cunningham - (New Zealand)

A witty homage to submarine action films. (4 mins.)


SUNDAY

SUNDAY

DIRECTOR: Patrick Doyen - (Canada)

On a gray afternoon, a young boy creates his own form of entertainment when the family makes its weekly trek to visit the grandparents. (9 mins.)


TIME FREAK

TIME FREAK

DIRECTOR: Andrew Bowler - (United States)

Chronology goes comically awry for a wacky inventor trying to change his life using his time machine. (10 mins.)

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WEST OF THE MOON

WEST OF THE MOON

DIRECTOR: Brent Bonacorso - (United States)

An old man plays cards with a robot, has a grenade instead of a heart, and pines for his long-lost love. (10 mins.)

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