|8:30PM||Live Music by Jack & Eliza|
A collection of short films that look at love from a different angle and gaze longingly into the darker corners of lust and love. Films include the award-winning directorial debut of Rose McGowan.
Whether you long to fly south with your friends, wed a bizarro serial killer, or discover the formula for the 3rd dimension, they all take time and a toll on your soul. Luckily, we’ve covered the emotional bases and have set a path to mend that broken heart and place a smile on your face with this series of fantastic shorts.
Fear of Flying (Conor Finnegan | 9 min.)
A small bird is afraid to fly, but with winter approaching and everyone flying south, he must face his fears… for the most part.
Dawn (Rose McGowan | 17 min.)
Dawn is a quiet young teenager who longs for something or someone to free her from her sheltered life.
Phantom Limb (Alex Grigg | Australia | 4 min.)
James and Martha narrowly survive a motorcycle accident. During the aftermath, however, James begins to experience Martha's phantom pains.
More Than Two Hours (Ali Asgari | 15 min.)
It’s 3 AM, a boy and a girl are wandering in the city.they are looking for a hospital to cure the girl, but it’s much harder than they thought.
The Shirley Temple (Daniela Sherer | UK | 10 min.)
The boundaries between childhood and adulthood become blurry for a kid at his mother’s cocktail party. In this experimental-narrative short, characters, symbols and abstractions interchange to examine the relationships between children and adults, escapism and sexuality.
Mr. Lamb (Jean Pesce | USA | 15 min.)
Mr. Lamb is a dark comedy about a lonely waitress who is in love with her pen pal -- the convicted murderer, Charles Lamb.
Rabbit and Deer (Peter Vacz | 16 min.)
Rabbit and Deer are living happily and careless until their friendship is put to the test by Deer's new obsession to find the formula for the 3rd dimension. After an unexpected accident Deer finds himself in a new world, unknown to him. Separated by dimensions the two characters have to find the way back to each other.
Noah (Walter Woodman, Patrick Cederberg | 17 min.)
In a story that plays out completely on a teens computer screen. Noah soon learns the difference between a like and a love.
Jack and Eliza
Suffused with the effortlessness of youth captured in ephemeral moments, Jack + Eliza have imagined a precise yet affably cool, warm and melodious sun-drenched pop sound. Growing up in NYC as childhood friends and now musical collaborators, Jack + Eliza have a beyond-their-years sensibility – Eliza won the International John Lennon Songwriting award at just 15.
Inspired by 60's psychedelia, the duo takes a stripped-down approach to the technical virtuosity of bands like The Beach Boys and The Mamas & the Papas in their own music.
With their debut effort, No Wonders, produced by Chris Zane (The Walkmen, Holy Ghost, Passion Pit), Jack + Eliza allow their voices to coalesce into a sparse landscape of melancholy memories, narrating a bittersweet nostalgia built on radiant layers of sound.