PROGRAM 4
SATURDAY - AUGUST 27 - 5:30 PM
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Traveling Lady

Experimental / USA / 32 min.

Traveling Lady conjures the daring spirit of Nellie Bly, the 19th-century American journalist who circled the globe in 72 days, carrying little more than the clothes on her back. Rossy de Palma played various roles challenging social and gender dynamics in this fantastical, subversive world.

Director: Jessica Mitrani
Producer: Roberto Caridi
Writer: Jessica Mitrani
The Catcher

Action/Adventure / USA / 19 min.

Based on the incredible true story of professional baseball player- turned WW2 spy, Moe Berg, The Catcher brings us along on Moe’s first mission for the OSS.

Director: Jamie Brindle
Producer: John Houston
Writer: Jamie Brindle
Rocket Wars

Documentary / USA / 6 min.

A war to keep the peace. In the small village of Vrontados on the Greek island of Chios, there is unrest. For over a century, parishioners of two Greek Orthodox churches have engaged in a battle on Holy Saturday, firing more than 100,000 homemade rockets at each other’s churches once the sun goes down. This film is a reflection of a sense of devotion that feels lost in the modern world.

Director: Salomon Ligthelm, Khalid Mohtaseb (Dir of Photography)
Producer: Tyler Ginter (Exec Producer), Alex Friedman
Incomplete

Foreign / France / 12 min.

An old man, almost deaf, observing hospital patients. A boy, pain-insensitive, feeling like a superhero. An anasomic nurse treating wounded soldiers. A mute man about to become a father. A young lad into a coma surrounded by his owns. Five stories in one film, five characters facing their disabilities.

Director: Mickaël Schapira Villain
Producer: Anne Luthaud
Writer: Mickaël Schapira Villain
Foos Your Daddy

Comedy / USA / 8 min.

On the day he's leaving for college, Billy's relationship with his overbearing father is tested when they play a heated game of foosball.

Director: Luke Patton
Producer: Billy G. Sullivan , Frances E. Chang
Writer: Luke Patton