SAM THE HAM Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

SAM THE HAM, 1min., USA, Animation/Comedy
Directed by Michele Haines

A dark animated comedy about a sweet, naive piglet whose father sees him as a meal ticket

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(A) UTOMATED (I) IRRITATION Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

(A) UTOMATED (I)IRRITATION, 6min., USA, Comedy/Sci-Fi
Directed by Ali Presley Paras

A man struggles to make breakfast in a kitchen filled with appliances with a mind of their own.

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WHEN COMES THE RAIN Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

WHEN COMES THE RAIN, 2min., USA, Animation/Comedy
Directed by Brian Giovanni

The local birdbath is empty, and the hot sun won’t let up. An ambitious bird gathers his flock to bring the rain down upon them. But how far will he go to get what he wants?

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THE FINAL SHOW Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

ROSIE, OH, 8min, USA, Experimental/Family
Directed by Andy Koeger & Apple Xenos

An unsupervised little girl goes looking for her lost dog, only to find something else unexpectedly lost.

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THE BUS TRIP Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

THE BUS TRIP, 13min., Sweden, Animation
Directed by Sarah Gampel

Sarah is invited to show her film in Israel as part of a film festival bus trip. She is hoping for political discussions and friendship, except the conversation stops each time she brings up the occupation of Palestine. So instead, Sarah talks to her dead dad over a noisy phone line.

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ROSIE, OH Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

ROSIE, OH, 8min, USA, Experimental/Family
Directed by Andy Koeger & Apple Xenos

An unsupervised little girl goes looking for her lost dog, only to find something else unexpectedly lost.

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PENTHOUSE SWEET Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

PENTHOUSE SWEET, 9min., USA, Comedy/Drama
Directed by Marcus C. W. Chan 

A sit-com actress must decide whether to apply the lesson her character learns in the show to a real life crisis when she loses her phone on which she has stored some sensitive videos.

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NAMCAR NIGHT RACE Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

NAMCAR NIGHT RACE, 17min., USA, Comedy/Mockumentary
Directed by Lance Khazei

NAMCAR Night Race is a comedy depicting a league of adults who compete in an after hours, model car racing league. Drivers push the limits of their toy cars, friendships and bitter rivalries as they brave extremely fake conditions and the final frontier in racing, a frontier of plaster, plastic and diecast metal. A “NASCAR on acid,” the show introduces itself as a mock reality competition show before giving way to more and more bits of surrealistic comedy.

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MARY & MARSHA IN THE MANOR OF MADNESS Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

MARY & MARSHA IN THE MANOR OF MADNESS, 3min., USA, Animation
Directed by Kris & Kurtis Theorin

Sinister secrets await as Mary helps her girlfriend Marsha escape from her parent’s gothic mansion one dark and eldritch night. This hand drawn and digitally animated ‘one shot’ film takes us on a Lovecraftian escapade through the Manor of Madness.

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HANDS Short Film – Audience Feedback from May 2018 Los Angeles Festival

HANDS, 6min., UK, Experimental/Dance
Directed by Michael Lane

Its subtitle is -‘A Dance: A Meditation: A Hope’ : We show hands moving rhythmically to our specially composed music to show our natural readiness to create, with flexibility and sensitivity. By contrast, slow sections allows contemplation about the variety, complexity and beauty of the natural human hand. Our hope is, in this fractured world, we can still blend together. While we remaining distinct in our gender, race and age, we may achieve by our sharing.

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