Selection of Shorts from the Festival with reception
View the Shorts here
Thursday, May 16th
6:00pm Art Exhibit & Reception
6:45pm Music by Grant Maloy Smith
7:00pm Short Film Program
Short Film Program for the JAC: Total Running time about an hour and a half
(Canada, 2018, 20 mins)
Director Sagi Kahane-Rapport and Writer Adam Madrzyk in attendance
Producers: Sagi Kahane-Rapport, Dominik Haake, Jake Manley
Biopic that tells the story of Guion Bluford, as he grapples with the reality that he is to become the first African American man in space.
(UK, 2018, 22 mins)
Director Daniel Hammersley in attendance
Producers: Daniel Hammersley, Adam Singodia, James Panting
All is not as it seems when two old timers running a village radio station find themselves at the heart of a mysterious viral outbreak.
(UK, 2018, 10 mins)
Director: Annabel Vine
Producer: Natasha Branson
A young dyslexic boy inadvertently shows a bully that it isn’t ‘soppy’ to love your Grandad and like spending time with him.
A Quint-mas Carol
(USA, 2016, 5 mins)
Director: Justin Burquist
Producer:Mark Atkinson in attendance
Uncle Quint tells “his version” of a “Twas The Night Before Christmas” to his little nieces on Christmas Eve.
(USA, 2017, 9 mins)
Director/Producer: Mark C. Smith
Two adventurous lemurs navigate their dirigibles halfway around the world to a place where happenstance and fate threaten to disrupt their reunion.
(Canada, 2017, 14 mins)
Director: Andrew Coll
Producers: Mohammad Mallahi, Andrew Coll
A young musician struggling with stage fright faces the most terrifying night of his life when he is chosen to be a page turner for a prestigious concert given by his idol, an intimidating world-famous classical pianist. One mistake, and his worst fears will be realized.
(USA, 2017, 12 mins)
Director: Justin O’Neal Miller
Producer: J Christopher Campbell
Everything seems to work out perfectly for Peggy, but her social graces are put to the test when she is surrounded by admiring and covetous parents at a birthday party for her eight-year-old son. Chaos ensues.
Tickets $10 at the door + online