Traditional peace and quiet threatened by yet a new peril, Pop take’s matters into his own hands
Suzette, born deaf and poor in the hardscrabble mill town of Big Pine, struggles to pay down her daddy's gambling debts by working as a cigarette girl at Big Jack Montag's swinging nightclub, The Sweet Hippo. Life seems pretty bleak to Suzette, until the day vagabond musician Suitcase Sam walks in with a song and a smile, and the bright promise of happier days ahead.
8 MM films from last year's Super 8 Workshop Featuring:
Let's Talk About Socks, Baby dir by Elsa Morena
When Sockarella finds herself alone after a load of laundry, she is determined to face whatever it takes to find her love.
Confession dir by Kenneth J. Harvey
A beautiful girl steps into the confession box to confess her sins of excess.
A brilliant conceit, an elegant metaphor, METERS is at once moving, witty and warm. Here an old man and his sorrow face a ticking inevitability. The filmmakers could have been inspired by poor J. Alfred Prufrock who measured his life in coffee spoons. Whether they did, this short dramatic film is a poem unto itself.
A fantasy re-envisioning of the classic fairytale "Bluebeard" by Charles Perrault, in which Perrault's young wife reads herself into his dark allegory on marital mistrust.
A super 8 film about a girl who tells the story of the mother she never knew.
Late at night in a lonely city intersection, a life-and-death battle breaks out amongst the little men trapped inside the street posts.
State your name and your age. Let's begin.