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Cinema Vista

Shorts Program #2

2018 | 75 Min | Dirs. Various
Saturday, August 25 | 1:30PM | North Bend Theatre

Boundaries are made to be pushed. This visionary group of shorts showcases the work of some of today’s most innovative and forward-thinking filmmakers. Across all genres, these films represent the vanguard of cinema with stories of life, death, justice and injustice, monsters both real and imagined, and the horror and beauty that reside inside the human heart. At times tragic, fantastical, terrifying, rousing, but always exhilarating, these shorts are at the forefront of filmmaking.

—Mallory O’Meara

 

 

MOBIUS, dir. Sam Kuhn

In the wake of her lover’s death, a high school student comes to terms with her suburban malaise in this dreamlike and TWIN-PEAKS-esque dose of small-town oddness.

 

BIOPHILIA, dir. Marina Michelson

Rachel and her boyfriend, a pair of Brooklynites, decide to try their hand at farming. But when a sheep dies on their watch, Rachel must make a tough decision.

 

EUPHORIA, dir. Wynter Rhys

Too focused on his adoring followers and eager paparazzi, a famous artist constantly neglects his 6-year-old daughter. His rabid fan base is ready to change that.

 

JOUSKA, dir. Wynter Rhys

A man’s dark past and guilt-ridden thoughts come to a head as he navigates a nightmare land that’s like ALICE IN WONDERLAND laced with PCP.

 

BAILAORA, dir. Rubin Stein

Clearing out bodies on the streets of a war-torn Spain, a group of soldiers encounter a young dancer whose moves have an effect beyond explanation.

 

THE DAY MUM BECAME A MONSTER, dir. Josephine Hopkins

Divorces are extremely tough on all children, but especially for young Candice. As if being abandoned by her father isn’t hard enough, her mother begins exhibiting some very troubling new behavior.

Cinema Vista

Shorts Program #2

2018 | 75 Min | Dirs. Various
Saturday, August 25 | 1:30PM | North Bend Theatre

Boundaries are made to be pushed. This visionary group of shorts showcases the work of some of today’s most innovative and forward-thinking filmmakers. Across all genres, these films represent the vanguard of cinema with stories of life, death, justice and injustice, monsters both real and imagined, and the horror and beauty that reside inside the human heart. At times tragic, fantastical, terrifying, rousing, but always exhilarating, these shorts are at the forefront of filmmaking.

—Mallory O’Meara

 

 

MOBIUS, dir. Sam Kuhn

In the wake of her lover’s death, a high school student comes to terms with her suburban malaise in this dreamlike and TWIN-PEAKS-esque dose of small-town oddness.

 

BIOPHILIA, dir. Marina Michelson

Rachel and her boyfriend, a pair of Brooklynites, decide to try their hand at farming. But when a sheep dies on their watch, Rachel must make a tough decision.

 

EUPHORIA, dir. Wynter Rhys

Too focused on his adoring followers and eager paparazzi, a famous artist constantly neglects his 6-year-old daughter. His rabid fan base is ready to change that.

 

JOUSKA, dir. Wynter Rhys

A man’s dark past and guilt-ridden thoughts come to a head as he navigates a nightmare land that’s like ALICE IN WONDERLAND laced with PCP.

 

BAILAORA, dir. Rubin Stein

Clearing out bodies on the streets of a war-torn Spain, a group of soldiers encounter a young dancer whose moves have an effect beyond explanation.

 

THE DAY MUM BECAME A MONSTER, dir. Josephine Hopkins

Divorces are extremely tough on all children, but especially for young Candice. As if being abandoned by her father isn’t hard enough, her mother begins exhibiting some very troubling new behavior.