Indie Short Fest is pleased to announce the date for the next live screening at Raleigh Studios Hollywood: February 7th,
Erica is on her way to a friend’s party but her Sat Nav has other plans.
Directed by Liane Moonraven (UK)
A short portrait of a strange yet familiar family as they bury their family pet in the backyard. Directed by
“Stage Time” is a forty-minute documentary that follows a road trip between three stand-up comedians who put together a show of their own twelve hours North, in Humboldt California. This film explores that trip and provides better insight as to why these comedians perform despite the challenges thrown their way.
Directed by Dylan Lloyd (USA)
A thrilling look into the mind of a young woman as she gets ready to take on the night.
Directed by Maggie Meiners (USA)
‘What if you’re so low you can’t bounce back. Your friends hate you, and your dealer is trying to kill you, but you’ve got to get to your daughter’s birthday party. -You just have to.’
A busker in desperate need of redemption has to fight his way through a surreal mix of reality and drug-induced nightmares in order to finally show up for his daughter.
Directed by David MacLean (Canada)
Comedic look at an important issue (suicide).
Directed by Lawrence (USA)
Ted’s report is due tomorrow, but the last thing he wants to do is work from home.
Directed by Alexander Callens (USA)
Alphie and Peri seem like complete opposites, but it turns out they have something in common – an insatiable hunger.
Directed by Zoe Papatheohari (Australia)
The horrors of war never die. The story emerging is not one on the War itself but on the horrors these men and women now face at home. Their story is of the war after the war, rejection, disenchantment, death, nightmares and resiliency. More than 40 years have passed since the official end of the Vietnam War. For years, many veterans of this war refused to talk about their experience. Now, however, as many begin to die out, four Vets that belong to the New Jersey Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial have decided to share their stories for the first time.
Directed by Tom Phillips (USA)
A stop motion adventure detailing the morning of an everyday citizen. Why even bother.
Directed by Sam Posso (USA)