Something Strange Shorts Program

Short Films

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  • North Bend Theatre
  • August 18, 2019
  • Sunday, 11:15AM to 12:55PM

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Something Strange Shorts Program

North Bend Theatre

Sunday, 11:15AM to 12:55PM
August 18, 2019

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Something Strange Shorts Program

North Bend Theatre

Sunday, 11:15AM to 12:55PM
August 18, 2019

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Few things in cinema are more exciting than being under the spell of a filmmaker whose figurative gloves are off and who’s unafraid to fully leap off the edge of sanity. Now, take that sensation and multiply it by eight. The result: the unique feeling conveyed by experiencing this unpredictable and wonderfully demented block of unruly shorts. Don’t just expect the unexpected—revel in it. —Matt Barone

Notice – This program contains some graphic sexual content. 

TECHNOLOGY LAKE: MEDITATIONS ON DEATH AND SEX, dir. Brandon Daley

A cautionary tale in which a man and his dog indulge in VR experiences to disastrous results.

 

LICENSE AND REGISTRATION, dir. Jackson Ezinga

Police work is difficult, especially if you’re not actually a cop but, rather, a fun-loving impersonator.

 

THE OBLITERATION OF CHICKENS, dir. Izzy Lee

Imagine if Werner Herzog delivered the most cynical stance on humanity possible—and then add some poultry.

 

DIDDIE WA DIDDIE, dir. Joshua Erkman

When all else fails in a romantic partnership, why not seek relationship advice from an intergalactic creature? What could possibly go wrong?

 

SAFE SPACE, dir. Annabelle Attanasio

An all-male secret society reveals its bizarre initiation ritual.

 

KING WAH (I THINK I LOVE YOU), dir. Horatio Baltz

It’s an anything but typical night on the town for one Chinese food delivery man.

 

SWITCH, dir. Marion Renard

Losing your virginity can be awkward, but for this teenage girl, it’s truly reality-altering.

 

THE THIRD HAND, dir. Yoni Weisberg

Pulling an all-nighter at work, a quiet employee foolishly explores a new room in his office.