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November 19, 2022 · 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm$15.00
Saturday, November 19 at 6:30pm
Comedy, action, drama, documentary… even Mixed Martial Arts… this year’s Florida Shorts has it all. The best in filmmaking all across the state, from Miami to Orlando to Fort Myers, all landing right here in Key West.
Length of Program: 104 minutes
Directed by Molly E. Smith. 7 minutes.
Barricaded in a motel room, a mother’s determination and primal instincts kick in to protect her child’s innocence. Directed by Key West FF alum Molly E. Smith, written by and starring Winter Springs filmmaker Sara Oliva.
SB2508: A DEATH THREAT TO EVERGLADES RESTORATION
Directed by Noah Alexander Miller. 30 minutes. WORLD PREMIERE!
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” So said Margaret Mead. And this quote is at the heart of this inspiring documentary short from Fort Myers filmmaker Noah Alexander Miller.
NOCHE DEL INFIERNO
Directed by Andrew Reid. 14 minutes.
Three freshman pledges must denounce cultural stereotypes and survive a magical test to gain entry into the most prestigious Latina sorority. Directed by Florida filmmaker Andrew Reid.
Directed by TL Westgate. 8 minutes.
It’ll take an extraordinary agent to save this day. This comedy is written and directed by Key West FF alum and Emmy-winning Altamonte Springs filmmaker TL Westgate.
Directed by David Morefield. 12 minutes.
A personal perspective of David Zelner’s difficult rise through the amateur Mixed Martial Arts scene, which reveals if he has the skill and mentality to become a professional fighter. Directed by Orlando filmmaker David Morefield.
Directed by James Cotton. 11 minutes.
A couple’s lustful intentions transpire to be a pretense for ensnaring each other, but who will get who? Directed by Florida filmmaker James Cotton.
YOU CAN ALWAYS COME HOME
Directed by Juan Luis Matos. 6 minutes.
This short film explores the domestic realm through the eyes of a young child. Directed by Miami-based Cuban filmmaker Juan Luis Matos.
Directed by Andrew Reid. 7 minutes.
While on a routine mission, an astronaut soon finds herself battling for command, facing forces known — and unknown — intent on destroying her. Directed by Florida filmmaker Andrew Reid.