2014 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Tour
Saturday Aug 23 01:00 PM
Saturday Aug 23 04:00 PM
Saturday Aug 23 07:30 PM
Sunday Aug 24 01:00 PM
Sunday Aug 24 04:00 PM
Sunday Aug 24 07:30 PM
Tuesday Aug 26 01:00 PM
Tuesday Aug 26 07:30 PM
Wednesday Aug 27 01:00 PM
Wednesday Aug 27 07:30 PM
Thursday Aug 28 01:00 PM
Thursday Aug 28 07:30 PM
Friday Aug 29 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $8.00
General Admission: $10.00
About the Film:
94 mins. 4 films have English subtitles.
Call it Park City on the Pacific—don’t miss this touring selection of short films from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, hand-picked by the festival’s shorts programmer Mike Plante.
Over the course of its 30-year history, the Sundance Film Festival has been widely considered the premier showcase for short films and the launch pad for careers of many now-prominent independent filmmakers. From a film on the struggle to understand the meaning of life to a hilarious government deposition, this year’s selection demonstrates why the short film is alive and kicking and still one of the most exciting places to spot new talent. Special thanks to Mike Plante, Shorts Programmer, Sundance Film Festival
Written and directed by Frances Bodomo. USA, 12 mins
It’s July 16, 1969: America is preparing to launch Apollo 11. Thousands of kilometers away, a group of Zambian exiles are trying to beat America to the moon.
Written and directed by Geneviève Dulude-Decelles. Canada, 15 mins
The Cut tells the story of a father and a daughter, whose relationship fluctuates between proximity and detachment, at the moment of a haircut.
Short Film Jury Award: International Fiction
Directed by Rose McGowan. Written by M.A. Fortin, Joshua John Miller. USA, 17 mins.
Dawn is a quiet young teenager who longs for something or someone to free her from her sheltered life.
I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked
Co-directed by Yuval Hameiri and Michal Vaknin. Israel, 9 mins
A man tries to recreate, using simple objects such as a tube of oil paint and a coffee grinder, a lost memory of his last day with his mother. The objects come to life in a desperate struggle to produce a single moment that is gone.
Short Film Jury Award: Non-fiction
I'm a Mitzvah
Directed by Ben Berman. Written by Ben Berman, Josh Cohen. USA, 19 mins.
A young American man spends one last night with his deceased friend while stranded in rural Mexico.
Love. Love. Love.
Directed by Sandhya Daisy Sundaram. Russia, 12 mins.
Every year, through the endless winters, her love takes new shapes and forms.
Short Film Special Jury Award: Non-fiction
MeTube: August Sings Carmen “Habanera”
Written and directed by Daniel Moshel. Austria, 5 mins.
George Bizet’s Habanera from Carmen has been reinterpreted and enhanced with electronic sounds for MeTube, an homage to thousands of ambitious YouTube users and video bloggers, and gifted and less gifted self-promoters on the Internet.
Directed by Brett Weiner. Screenwriter: Court Document. USA, 7 mins
A jaded lawyer wastes an afternoon trying to figure out if a dim-witted government employee has ever used a photocopier. All the dialogue in this short comes from an actual deposition filed with the Supreme Court of Ohio.
For more information visit: www.sundance.org/shortfilmtour
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