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FLORIDA SHORTS

November 19 · 8:30 pm

$10 – $12
Florida Shorts

FLORIDA SHORTS

Friday, November 19, 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm at Williams Hall (location)

Comedy, action, drama, documentary, animation… this year’s Florida Shorts has it all. The best in filmmaking all across the state, from Miami to St. Petersburg to right here in Key West. 

Length of Program: 85 minutes

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LIKE THE GIRLS WHO WEAR PINK

Directed by Jennifer Msumba. 6 minutes.

A plea from the future, it serves as warning, woven together with hope and encouragement, for a young autistic girl. And perhaps for us all. Directed by Sundance Fellow and Wauchula, FL filmmaker Jennifer Msumba.

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FLIGHT TO LIFE

Directed by John H. Cunningham. 7 minutes.

World Premiere!
A young girl flees to a deserted island, alone, scared, miles from anywhere, and encounter a shaman. Oppressors hunt them, determined to prevent a promise of hope. Directed by Key West filmmaker John H. Cunningham.

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THE SPEED OF TIME

Directed by William J. Stribling. 12 minutes.

Future cop Johnny Killfire must go back in time and team up with his former self to stop the TimeBorgs from getting their hands on an app that could break the space-time continuum by delivering pizzas into the past… before they were even ordered. Filmed in Florida with support from Tony Armer and the St. Petersburg/Clearwater Film Commission. Directed by St. Petersburg native William J. Stribling.

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UN PEQUENO CORTE

Directed by Mariana Serrano. 14 minutes.

When six -year-old Elizabeth makes an image-altering decision, she is left to face the backlash from culturally imposing beauty standards. From KWFF Alumni and Miami-based director Mariana Serrano and producer Mark Pulaski.

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WINTER BREAK

Directed by Trevor Viner. 12 minutes.

Three college girls home for winter break attend a party with their former high school classmates. Things get weird. Directed by Ft. Lauderdale filmmaker and Florida State alum Trevor Viner.

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VERDANT ROMPS AND THE PANDEMIC

Directed by Aramis Gutierrez. 5 minutes.

Paradise Studios Miami delves into the orgiastic artwork of Aramis Gutierrez in this documentary short.

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BLOOM

Directed by Angie White. 3 minutes.

Orlando filmmaker Angie White crafts a mixed media look at the cycle of motherhood through the words of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet.

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SYMBIOSIS

Directed by Fernando Govea. 5 minutes.

Florida filmmaker Fernando Govea introduces the artist Gustavo Oviedo, a French street artist based in Miami, exploring Biscayne National Park and merging the two worlds, oceans and Art.

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THE VILLAGE (FREE)DGE

Directed by Alicia Geraldine Edwards. 11 minutes.

As Covid-19 leaves Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood under siege, Sherina Jones tirelessly combats food insecurity.

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GARAGE SALE

Directed by Chuck Fusca. 9 minutes.

Just an ordinary garage sale. What could possibly go wrong? Filmed in Florida, directed by KWFF Alum Chuck Fusca.

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Date:
November 19
Time:
8:30 pm
Cost:
$10 – $12
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Venue

Williams Hall

Organizer

Key West Film Festival
Email:
miranda@kwfilmfest.com
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