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World Student Filmmaker Shorts 2023

November 1, 2023 · 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$12.00

World Student Filmmaker Shorts 2023

The Studios of Key West

Saturday, November 18th, 1 pm [87 minutes]

The next generation of filmmakers is in the spotlight as new directors from across the globe lead this diverse and dynamic set of shorts.

WORK LIFE

Directed by Kevin Ung of the University of Southern California. 13 minutes.

Four corporate co-workers unknowingly cross paths during a chaotic weekend that leaves their lives intertwined through improbable twists of fate.

ODD/EVEN

Directed by Ya-Ting “Itchy” Yang of the University of Southern California. 16 minutes.

In the near future, people only wake up in either odd-numbered years or even-numbered years and hibernate in “The Capsule” during the inactive period. A promising young actress escapes from her devoted yet toxic partner on the last day of 2043.

MYTH AND MEDUSA

Directed by Richard Brian Wilson of the Savannah College of Art and Design. 3 minutes.

An animated exploration of Medusa’s past as a priestess who was assaulted by one god and then unjustly punished and transformed by another into the creature of myth.

WANNABE

Directed by Josie Andrews of the University of Southern California. 13 minutes.

On the verge of their big break, a 90s girl group will stop at nothing to push themselves to stardom. But the promise of the future shifts to a nightmare when spotlights reveal a familiar face from the past.

WARBLER

Directed by Sabrina M. Gies of Chapman University. 8 minutes.

Reclusive long-time park ranger George’s solitude is disrupted by a new, nosy park ranger who tries to set him up on a date.

SPEAR. SPATULA. SUBMARINE

Directed by Shannon Morrall of the University of Southern California. 13 minutes.

With an avaricious appetite and no native predators, the invasive lionfish is one of the planet’s greatest eco-disasters. A community of passionate Floridians battle to save the waters they love.

DANCEABLE

Directed by Kelsey McGee of the University of Southern California. 22 minutes.

Three dancers with disabilities find freedom through movement.

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Date:
November 1, 2023
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$12.00
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