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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS III: INTERNATIONAL TIES

Thu, Feb 14, 2013
at 6 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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Tue, Feb 19, 2013
at 6:30 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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SHORT CUTS III: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS

Sponsored by Red Giant and Lamar Transit Advertising.

97 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


HEAD OVER HEELS

DIRECTOR: Timothy Reckart - (United States)

After many years of marriage, Walter and Madge have grown apart: he lives on the floor and she lives on the ceiling. (10 mins.)


THE CURSE

THE CURSE

DIRECTOR: Fyzal Boulifa - (Great Britain/Morocco)

Fatine has ventured far from the village to meet her older lover. When a small boy catches her, all she wants to do is return home. (16 mins.)


THE CENTRIFUGE BRAIN PROJECT

DIRECTOR: Till Nowak - (Germany)

Since the 1970s, scientists have been conducting experiments with bizarre amusement park rides to study their effects on the human brain. (7 mins.)


A BRIEF HISTORY OF JOHN BALDESSARI

A BRIEF HISTORY OF JOHN BALDESSARI

DIRECTOR: Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman - (United States)

No more boring films! Everything you need to know about the godfather of conceptual art. Narrated by Tom Waits. (6 mins.)


ABIOGENESIS

DIRECTOR: Richard Mans - (New Zealand)

A strange mechanical device lands on a desolate world and uses the planet to undergo a startling transformation. (5 mins.)


ONE WRONG WORD

DIRECTOR: Nicole Volavka - (Great Britain/United States)

Novelist Tony faces the most difficult obstacle yet to publishing his magnum opus: his publishers. (11 mins.)


ASAD

DIRECTOR: Bryan Buckley - (South Africa/United States)

In a war-torn fishing village in Somalia, a boy is faced with falling into the pirate life or rising above to choose the path of an honest fishing man. (18 mins.)


THE GREAT RABBIT

DIRECTOR: Atsushi Wada - (France/Japan)

Once we called the noble, profound, and mysterious existence “The Great.” We have moved with time; our thoughts and consciousness have changed. And yet, what makes us still call it “The Great”? (7 mins.)


THE PALACE

DIRECTOR: Anthony Maras - (Cyprus/Australia)

Cyprus, 1974. When a young Turkish-Cypriot conscript soldier comes face-to-face with a Greek-Cypriot family in hiding, he confronts the brutal reality of war and his role in it. (17 mins.)

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