Mixed & Matched Shorts III
7:00pm Wed Dec 14
Thought Provoking Short Dramas & Comedies
Of The Human Condition
Q&A With “Under A Stone” Director: William Klayer
High Five, Bear Hug – Juliet seeks comfort from her best friend Luke after a hard break-up.
Ugly Me -Susan was a violinist grown strictly by her mother. However, she was fired from the position of the mistress in the famous orchestra and finally decided to leave to find herself.
G.I. Hospital – An antiwar comedy. A group of severely wounded soldiers are cheerful about their injuries. After all, it’s not like they lost their arms or legs for nothing. It was “for their country,” so that makes it okay.. This film explores in a humorous way just exactly what that phrase means.
Fine – A short comedy about the sustained panic attack that is college life.
Swimming in the Desert – In the drought-stricken town of Agua Dulce, in the California High Desert, a ten year old girl challenges her grandfather, a cranky retired firefighter, to follow a crazy plan and bring the water back to the dry river.
Under A Stone – A woman returns to her hometown for a family obligation. She reunites with her brother, but they clash in how they cope with their awful past.
Twin Stars – Two identical twins. Two heavenly bodies. One story.