June 29 & 30, 2018

2018 Schedule!

PLEASE NOTE: We programmed four films with exclamation points this year! That was not intentional!

Friday Evening, June 29
7pm

TERRITORY! (3m)
Meow! A line has been drawn and you can’t cross it. Directed by Kittytron Churro and Zoltron Monsieur.

IN OUR WORLD (2m)
Witches are evil. Ghosts are evil. Fire girl is evil. Directed by Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson.

JESSZILLA (7m)
Jesselyn Silva is a monster in the ring. And she’s only 10 years old! Directed by Emily Sheskin.

LESSONS FROM EXES (11m)
The title of this anthology film is also a three-word short story. Directed by Misti Boland, Lyn Elliot, Meg Jamieson, Caitlin Horsmon, Mary C. Taylor.

MY DEAD DAD’S PORNO TAPES (14m)
By Charlie Tyrell
How does a stack of poorly hidden VHS tapes define a person? Directed by Charlie Tyrell.

MINI MOGUL MASTERS MUD MENAGERIE (5m)
The greatest movie ever made is in an empty case. Directed by John Akre.

THE LAST WINDOW SHOW (4m)
Chris Monroe makes the last window show for Treehouse Records. Directed by John Akre.

GRANDPA BEN (20m)
Benjamin Vickery Jr. can seriously carve. And paint. And draw. Directed by Justin Christopher Ayd.

SAUL’S 108th STORY (6m)
Saul was a teenager who wanted to hang out with his friends. Something else happened. Directed by Joshua Carlon.

BREAK
Music by Maple & Beach

9:30pm

LUNA (2m)
People on the moon are clearly dog people. Directed by Yi Rong Jhong.

SUCKERFISH (10m)
A daughter reconnects with the memory of her mother through letters. Directed by Lisa Jackson.

RODENTS OF UNUSUAL SIZE (71m)
This movie should be subtitled: “Large Semi-Aquatic Beaverlike Rodents with Giant Orange Teeth.” Or: “Why I Live Up North.” Directed by Chris Metzler, Jeff Springer, Quinn Costello

Saturday Afternoon, June 30
2pm

AQUARIUM (6m)
The gorgeous underwater videography in this film will not remind you of Kevin Costner’s Waterworld. Directed by Stephanie Maxwell.

FIRE & LIGHT (11m)
A documentary about fire juggling?! Don’t try this at home. Or near the barn. Directed by Dana Johnson.

PAULETTE IN PARIS (17m)
This is like the origin story of Batman and Robin, except Batman is a pickpocket and Robin is a young girl. Directed by Isabelle Metcalf.

BLOB’S ADVENTURE (4m)
Poor Blob has quite a time of it. Directed by Beth Peloff.

JUST COFFEE (11m)
By Matt Dressel
11 minutes
How far can one man take a diner’s free refill policy? Directed by Matt Dressel.

TAKE THE DOG FOR A WALK! (6m)
When was the last time you stumbled upon a portal to the spirit world while walking the dog? Directed by Emily McNeill.

EGG EATING CHICKEN (4m)
Think about that title for a second. Directed by Rachel Yurkovich.

KINDERCHOMPER (17m)
Clutch is just a simple baby-eater looking for dinner. Directed by Mike Scholtz.

NORTH POLE, NY (69m)
This story of a Christmas theme park in New York is on the nice list. Directed by Ali Cotterill.

Saturday Evening, June 30
7pm

CIRCUS (2m)
This is how your brain remembers the circus. Directed by Lindsay Greer.

BIG BROWN’S TV SLAP-DOWN! (1m)
TV is not always good for “friendships.” Directed by Cable Hardin.

IT’S GOTTA BE IN YA! (6m)
A concrete park is saved from annihilation! Directed by Kara Mulrooney.

SILICONE SOUL (71m)
Relationships with real human beings can be hard. Here’s an alternative… Directed by Melody Gilbert

BREAK
Music by Portrait of a Drowned Man

9:30pm

SUNSCAPADES (6m)
Always wear sunscreen. Directed by Ben Mitchell.

HUS (2m)
If that Sunday morning real estate show Homes by Edmunds was any good, it would look like this: lots and lots of houses. By Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson

306 HOLLYWOOD (95m)
A brother and sister treat their late grandmother’s house like an archaeological excavation to search for the life that remains in the objects we leave behind. Directed by Elan & Jonathan Bogarin.

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