WHO YOU CALLING SHORTS? (FREE)
A collection of dramatic short films.
Seating is limited, and will be on a first come, first served basis.
In This Program
Jade Justad / Short Film, Narrative, By Northwest Filmmakers / USA / Drama, Pacific Northwest / 17 minsKayla, an Asian American high school girl wants to get double-eyelid surgery. A short film about race and mainstream beauty standards. Director Jade Justad scheduled to attend.
Ian Macdonald / Short Film, Narrative, By Northwest Filmmakers, Browse All Films / Canada / 2015 / Drama / 12 minsRegretful of their estrangement since high school, Fran initiates a meetup with Bart at their childhood playground. Dressed in their prom outfits, Fran rails against life's changes, as Bart struggles to understand the game she is playing.
Brian Hutson / Short Film, Narrative, By Northwest Filmmakers, Browse All Films / USA / 2013 / Drama / 8 minsWhat happens when we are forced to choose between a career that defines us, or the people who mean the most to us? A detective, plagued by financial hardship, is following a check fraud case where he must face a crippling discovery. Director Brian Hutson scheduled to attend.
Raymond Yeung / Short Film, Narrative, Browse All Films / USA / 2014 / Drama / 13 minsA Chinese teenager is left waiting in a community center while his single mother goes to work. His curious mind leads him to a discovery he will not soon forget.
Danish Renzu / Short Film, Narrative, Browse All Films / USA / 2014 / Drama / 25 minsA dependent Pakistani housewife comes to America to find her husband, but instead is forced to find her emancipation. Director Danish Renzu scheduled to attend.
Deborah Kim and Jacobi Hollingshed / Short Film, Narrative, Browse All Films / USA / 2015 / Drama / 20 minsSoon after he turns 16, Jake's African American mother sends him to Korea in hopes that he will learn more about his "other" culture and finally meet his Korean father. Five years later, Jake still remains confused about his identity, relationship with his father, and struggles with feeling isolated in the homogenous society of Korea. Director Deborah Kim and director/actor Jacobi Hollingshed scheduled to attend.