Award Winning Student Short Films Showcase
Thursday, November 14, 2013
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
An evening of award winning short films from the Student Division of the CIF+VF. Curated by Division Chairs Matt and Nicolette Swift. Free for CIF+VF members and students with id. All others just $5 at the door. Parking is free in CCAD lots.
Last Call, 17:17, Ryan Moody, Silver Plaque Winner (Best in Division)
The story of Chuck and Bruce, two friends that have known each other their entire lives. When Chuck gets some bad news from his doctor, Bruce takes him out for one last spin around town, reliving their glory days.
Wake Up, 2.40, Brian Ferenchik
A boy wakes up everyday into a world over saturated by technology and the media, when he comes to the realization he must escape from the cycle.
Yesterday’s News, 13:28, Steven Tandy
A young worker’s unsettling encounters during his graveyard shift at an isolated petrol station.
Handi & V, 05:38, Fenway Fan
Grandpa V takes time capsules and starts to find his lost happiness…
Windmill, 6:57, Anthony Davis
A visual poem, depicted through a man looking for water in the desert.
Answering The Call, 06:09, Emily Fraser, Edward Symes
As U.S. troops withdraw from Afghanistan, soldiers on the front line lack critical supplies. One American civilian answers their call. A short film produced in the Documentary Film and Video MFA Program, Stanford University.
Broken, 05:57, Josh Wolff
Abel comes home unexpectedly to find a horrible surprise, he must literally deal with the fallout.
Here’s to Now, 07:18, Breanna Lebsack
Stephen is an imaginative young man who spends most of his time hiding behind the lens of his camera. Will he continue to hide in his imagination or will he courageously talk to the girl he loves?
The Boy Scout, 13:59, Patrick Brooks
Grant and Leah’s car gets stuck in an early season snowstorm, during an impromptu trip to the mountains. After six days of captivity, they must answer the question: should we stay, or should we go?
Bye-Bye Blackbird, 15.00, Gaia Bonsignore
The story of a mask looking for her right face. When the mask finally found her perfect face, they both knew their dreams were immortal.
This screening was made possible with support from the Ohio Arts Council and the Greater Columbus Arts Council.