Columbus International Film + Video Festival Early Bird Screening at Independents’ Day

September 20, 2014 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
400 West Rich Street
400 West Rich Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Columbus International Film + Video Festival Early Bird Screening at Independents’ Day, Saturday September 20 at 2pm.

Sponsored by the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Puffin Collaborative Film Festival – Movies With A Mission.

An Hour of Local Short Films
September 20, 2pm
400 West Rich Street
Columbus, Ohio

A Sphere in Boxland, 7.52 minutes, Benjamin W. Neidenthal
In a place called Boxland, a lone Sphere struggles with being different than everyone around him.

Don’t Break Down, 6.29 minutes, Matt Meindl
An imagined afterlife for the ever-present garbage in our urban environments.

SHELTER, 11.21 minutes, Adam Caudill
An excerpt from the beginning of SHELTER, a feature film in which five survivors must wait out nuclear winter in a secret underground bomb shelter. With limited supplies and nowhere else to go, the group struggles against the clock until it’s safe to return to the surface.

HOMEless, 4.35 minutes, Andrew Ina
HOMEless explores a journey of a young women returning to her country of origin. We listen to her thoughts as she ponders the meaning of home; is it the accident of where one is born?

PIGMENT, 12.19 minutes, Alexis McCrimmon
PIGMENT is an experimental documentary film that explores, through the use of performance, first-person narrative and digital collage animation the medical and mythological origins behind the disease known as Vitiligo and the issues about race around this disease.

Two Blue Lines, 10.31 minutes, Tom Hayes
Two Blue Lines presents Israeli interpretations of the Palestinian narrative, from the inception of the Zionist movement to the present. The film takes viewers on a journey across time and cultures to peel back the underlying roots of the conflict in the Holy Land. The segment presented is drawn from the body of this feature length documentary.

Admission is FREE.

The Columbus International Film + Video Festival is supported by funding from the Ohio Arts Council, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, The Columbus Foundation and The Puffin Foundation West.