Shorts Program

Shorts: Midnight Shorts

$17 Regular
$15 for Members (not a member?)

BETTE (dir. Mary Dauterman, USA, 2 min)
Bette gets a new job.

HOT TODDY (dir. Mary Sette, USA, 17 min)
A teeny-bopper whodunit about two ex-BFFs and the buckets of blood between them, only some of which are from their periods.

LILY’S MIRROR (dir. Linnea Frye, Adam Pinney, USA, 17 min)
Struggling with phantom-limb syndrome after a dinner date severs her hand, Lily is given a therapeutic mirror box that enables an unexpected paranormal ability.

SWEAT OF HIS COW (dir. John Stuart Wildman, Alan Smithee, USA, 6 min)
From the depths of someone’s lost VHS tapes is this story of an impossibly gorgeous doctor lawyer who runs out of gas next to a barn where an impossibly sweaty man is milking a cow.

URSULA (dir. Hannah Heller, USA, 16 min)
Two anxious oddballs embark on something between a date and an experiment in optimism, finding real connection amidst the surreal.

WHILE MORTALS SLEEP (dir. Alex Fofonoff, USA, 14 min)
A cold case novelist seeks refuge in her friend’s remote vacation home.

WHILING (dir. Evan Jonigkeit, USA, 17 min)
What if the only difference between you and a killer was an idle mind?

Q&A with director Mary Dauterman (BETTE), directors Linnea Fyre and Adam Pinney (LILY’S MIRROR), director Hannah Heller (URSULA), and director Evan Jonigkeit, writer David Hull (WHILING) to follow.