Sunday, February 19th
2:00 – 3:00pm
NAVAL HERITAGE CENTER: BURKE THEATER
$10 HERE OR AT THE DOOR
Directed by Laura Ghazal
A Battling Body is the story of a fight : a one minute choreography to illustrate a whole life, a young life, hampered by multiple sclerosis , stopped in its tracks by violent and unpredictable outbreaks. A musical and poetic short film to talk about the disease another way.
Directed by Jon Boogz
(USA/2016/6mins/East Coast Premiere)
The artistic style of Alexa Meade combined with the choreography of Jon Boogz creates a moving portrait that speaks in powerful protest to the gun violence haunting American society today.
Directed by Viktor Hertz
A young couple, suffering from the worst imaginable form of “fear of missing out,” decides to take on a tough challenge.
Directed by Barak D Barkan
A comedy about Adam, a Jewish man, five minutes before he marries a non-Jewish woman, Vicky Cheung. Just before the ceremony, he is confronted by photographs of his ancestors, who come to life in order to prevent this “unholy” matrimony.
Directed by Julien Lasseur
Lenny Upton combines euthanasia with his used furniture business to provide suicide assistance to melancholy customers with a death wish. Armed with a briefcase full of weapons and an eye for antiques, he custom designs a personalized death experience for his one-time clients.
Directed by Ken Nishimoto
A man must learn to move on with his life with help from his ghostly best friends.
Directed by Ching Wang
(USA/2016/12:06mins/East Coast Premiere)
The ideal world of a compulsive alienated young man shatter as a spontaneous woman shakes up his everyday routine. A sparkling adventure between Bob, Alex, and Kiddo.