Indie Short Fest

Caught

On the run and desperate, Carter’s parents hide out in a desolate cabin hoping the creature won’t find them — but it’s Carter who learns monsters don’t live under the bed.
Directed by Douglas Sullivan (USA)

Where Flowers Bloom

“Give me my flowers while I’m here,” was a common phrase spoken by Laila Ray, the late grandmother of Marlanna Evans, a small town girl from North Carolina – also an emcee known to the world as Rapsody. This wisdom, that was instilled at a young age, gave Rapsody a perspective and drive which allowed her to be resilient towards her dream in order to share her voice with the world. As she breaks through a male-dominated music industry, that provides increasingly narrow roles for women, Rapsody uses her art to express challenges, lessons and frustrations that she faces while creating her own path.

Candice

Candice is ready to quit the dating scene and continue her life as a single pharmacist, turtle-lover and apple aficionado. However, Deborah, the ambitious owner of ‘Meet Your Match, Indiana’ will stop at nothing to force Candice and vaseline-addicted Australian Catalog Model, Stephen, to fall in love… no matter who gets hurt or how many turtles get lost along the way.
Directed by Elisa Daniels (USA)

His Good Wife

A short quirky romantic comedy (with a dash of thriller) about a frustrated wife who shares her feelings with her very foolish husband.
Directed by Sage Christian Drake (USA)

Touttay (Parrots)

This is a story of a theater personality, who has written a play which is adapted from a poem. When he is trying to perform it into a stage play, then some influential people, with hidden agendas become his obstacle. This times it is not about Freedom of Speech but Freedom of Thought.
Directed by Shashank Shekar Singh (India)