Indie Short Fest is pleased to announce the lineup of the November red carpet live screening on Friday 29, 6 pm, at Raleigh Studios Hollywood (Charlie Chaplin Theater).
A young teenager escapes his mundane reality to a series of whimsical dreams with the girl he loves.
Directed by Nick Adrian (USA)
A young hunter learns the hard way that nature is full of surprises.
Directed by Ryan Kovar (USA)
This is a story about photographer Isabelle Pisano, a woman who became hearing-impaired after a violent car accident. As she struggles to cope in the muffled and scary new normal something beautifully-terrifying happens…
Directed by Tawan Bazemore (USA)
After years of serving as lowly foot soldiers for the Corvidae Family, a powerful east coast crime syndicate, wise-guy Raven convinces his side-kick Crow to strike out on their own and get their hands on a piece of the action. The only problem is, stealing from the Avian Mafia is never a good idea.
Directed by Jotham Porzio (USA)
“Pink Lemonade” is a romantic drama that delves into themes of loss, and the strained love can be put under when dealing with hardship. The film, through a series of flashbacks, tells the story of an American man, a South African woman, their relationship, and how it unravels due to an unforeseen tragedy.
Directed by Gioya Tuma-Waku (USA)
In a world that wants me to whisper, I choose to yell.
Directed by Sevinç Mutlu (Turkey)
This is a ’revised’ old Hungarian traditional folk song about betrayed love. Our hero prays the god to punish her lover because of the cheating. It plays in the WW1 after a symbolic battle. No one survived but our ’hero’ who singing his song to his lover. Now, 100 years later we can see this drama with the help of 3D technology.
Directed by Daniel Magyar (Hungary)
A desperate man… saved from the love of something that will remain only a memory… His daughter.
Directed by Andrea Marcovicchio (Italy)
With the recent death of his older brother, a 15-year-old boy feels the need to help his single mother pay for the funeral cost.
Directed by Eric Nelson (USA)
Bob Chatt grew up in Northeast Nebraska in the 1920s. After college, a recommendation by his uncle put the wheels of fate in motion. He would meet the fight of his life in the South Pacific in the form of a 1500 ton Japanese Destroyer named “Rough Tide” behind the controls of a B-25 bomber that he nicknamed, “Chatter Box”.
Directed by Donald Dodge (USA)