Festival Early Bird Screening: Experimental Shorts at Brothers Drake

Early Bird Screening

The Columbus International Film + Video Festival presents:

An Evening of Experimental Shorts At Brothers Drake Meadery
Tuesday, September 9

Brothers Drake Meadery
26 East 5th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43201

The Columbus Film Council presents an evening of experimental short films — live-action and animated, local and international. Admission is FREE.

As part of the Columbus International Film + Video Festival, this is your chance to choose the winning films for this division. Members of the Columbus Film Council may vote at the end of the screening for the films they think deserve recognition for their innovation and impact. Current members are encouraged to attend and new memberships are available at the event for only $15. This one-night-only price includes admission to all CIF+VF 2014 screenings, including our annual “Movies + Mead” awards ceremony and after party on November 22 at the Columbus College of Art & Design. That’s $10 off the regular membership price.

Everyone is invited to join us for one of the most popular event of the festival — compelling films, locally-crafted mead and authentic Japanese cuisine from Tokyo GoGo.

The films:

Amygdala, 10 minutes, Jeanette Louie
the day she commits suicide, 8 minutes, Yuichi Suita
A Sweeter Music | Kyle Gann | “War is Just a Racket”, 10 minutes, John Sanborn
Sleepless, 6 minutes, Emily Fraser
The Moonville Tunnel, 7 minutes, Laszlo G. Nagy
Tea Party, 3 minutes, Lucas Ostrowski
Kaleido Bruias, 5 minutes, Steve McGuire
Cities and Memory, 3 minutes, Yuqi Kang
Radish, 5 minutes, Diego Ramirez
Life Lapses, 3 minutes, Eric Holman
Globe Trot, 5 minutes, Mitchell Rose
Death Songs And Car Bombs, 6 minutes, Brendan and Jeremy Smyth
Framewalk, 6 minutes, Hayoung Jeon

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.