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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS V: OREGON FILMMAKERS' SHOWCASE

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Tue, Feb 11, 2014
at 8:30 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)

SHORT CUTS V: OREGON FILMMAKERS' SHOWCASE

SHORT CUTS

102 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


PORTLAND MEADOWS

PORTLAND MEADOWS

DIRECTOR: Vanessa Renwick - (Portland)

This rhythmic portrait explores the sights and sounds of Portland’s horse racetrack. (15 mins.)


SPLIT ENDS

SPLIT ENDS

DIRECTOR: Joanna Priestley - (Portland)

Abstract compositions inspired by vintage wallpaper and wrapping paper stimulate a collective memory of youthful self-hypnosis and visual absorption. (4 mins.)


9

9

DIRECTOR: Kimberly Warner - (Portland)

A young ballerina glimpses a hidden truth about her future as she teeters between light and dark, order and chaos. (16 mins.)


3RD DEGREE

3RD DEGREE

DIRECTOR: Sal Strom - (Tigard)

Strom pairs found footage with an oral history from a World War II veteran. (2 mins.)


I AM HERE

I AM HERE

DIRECTOR: Rachelle Sarfati - (Eugene)

Sarfati recounts her story of missing memories and recovery after being hit by a train while on a film shoot. (5 mins.)


POSSESSED

POSSESSED

DIRECTOR: Pam Minty - (Portland)

Joan Crawford returns to the screen in a thrilling trailer mash-up. (2 mins.)


HEART

HEART

DIRECTOR: Stephanie Hough - (Portland)

Brothers Jonas and Kevin Kierkowzki struggle to navigate their grief over the death of their younger brother. Jonas has become emotionally isolated while Kevin takes the opposite route, chaotic and sometimes self-destructive. (22 mins.)


ONE LAST HUG AND A FEW SMOOCHES: THREE DAYS AT GRIEF CAMP

ONE LAST HUG AND A FEW SMOOCHES: THREE DAYS AT GRIEF CAMP

DIRECTOR: Irene Taylor Brodsky - (Portland)

Brodsky’s unflinching documentary profiles a unique camp, where grieving children find comfort in one another to deal with their pain. (36 mins.)

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