Saturday, December 19 • 8:45pm - 10:00pm
*Best of Fest Shorts & Short Docs*

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One-Minute Time Machine *Honorable Mention Short Doc*
(U.S.A., 6 min.) Director: Devon Avery 
James is all too eager to put his one-minute time machine to use in winning the heart of Regina, until he discovers the unexpected consequences of his actions.

*Best Short*
(United Kingdom, 8 min.) Director: Petros Silvestros
Mike, a sulky teenager has to do a boring job - to take his little brother Jack to the hairdresser. Waiting for him in the car, Mike starts to get worried when Jack takes too long to return.

The Bravest/The Boldest (U.S.A., 17 min.) Director: Moon Molson 
 Two Army Casualty Notification Officers arrive at a Harlem housing project to deliver some news to a woman about her son serving in the war in the Middle East. But whatever it is they have to say, she ain't trying to hear it.

Zawadi (Kenya, 12 min.) Director: Richard Card
In the Kenyan slums of Kibera, a ten-year-old boy hustles to provide for his family, taking him away from his crush on her birthday.

(Poland, 20 min.) Director: Teresa Czepiec
Superjednostka (Polish for Superunit) is a huge block of flats designed as a 'housing machine'. Up to three thousand people can live on 15 floors of the building. The lifts only stop every three floors so the residents must go through a maze of corridors and stairs in order to get to their flats. The main characters of the documentary are people living in Superjednostka and going through important moments of their lives there. This is where their emotions throb, their expectations engender, and their desires come true... or not. 
762 flat doors and 762 stories. We are opening only a few of them. (20 min.)

The House is Innocent 
(U.S.A., 12 min.) Director: Nicholas Coles 
Meet Tom and Barbara, the proud new owners of a serial killer’s house-- the most infamous residence in Sacramento, California. The middle-age couple soon realizes it's going to take more than a fresh coat of paint to whitewash their home's macabre history.    Trailer

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