Music Video-rama Program Line-Up: (80 min) Not in screening order.|
20 Miles West of Phoenix (World Premiere)
Twenty miles west of Phoenix stands a monument built in the desert by sun worshipers. This is the story of Phoenix Trotter Park.
25 (Southwest Premiere)
Follow a quirky young woman who is overcome by nostalgia for her past life.
"A House, A Home" by Alialujah Choir (Southwest Premiere)
Featuring Portland Cello Project.
"Cali Rex" by Noah Engh (US Premiere)
Dir. David Urbanic (TFMF Alumni)
Manual For Bored Girls (Southwest Premiere)
Two girlfriends are home alone on a boring summer evening.
FANFARE for MARCHING BAND (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Danièle Wilmouth
Featuring Mucca Pazza from Chicago.
"Lost Highway" by Barry James (World Premiere)
Local Tucson filmmaker and artist.
"Monster" by The Mission Creeps (World Premiere)
Dir.Gene Torres (TFMF Alumni)
Creepy plastic surgery gone wrong. Tucson's The Mission Creeps deliver menacing, haunting rock and roll with a message of perceived beauty and the true ugliness that dwells within. Local Tucson filmmaker and band.
Pedazos de Mi "Pieces of Me" (World Premiere)
Dir. Roman Arriola (TFMF Alumni)
A post undergrad student struggles to find herself as an artist as she tries to get into grad school.
"Still A Kid (At Heart)" by VIBE (US Premiere)
As Tucson duo VIBE reminisces about their childhood, they run into a group of kids who show them that being an adult isn't everything. Local Tucson filmmaker and artist.
"Sure as the Weather" by Amos the Transparent (Southwest Premiere)
Dir.Gavin Michael Booth
Life may have it's ups and downs, but time moves on. One take music video from Canadian indie rockers Amos the Transparent.
"The Light That Died In My Arms" by Ten Minute Turns (Southwest Premiere)
New York is a thousand miles of wire away...
Trophies (World Premiere)
In a deserted city, one little boy rides through the empty streets, all alone, longing for companionship. One day, a little girl rides by and all his dreams come true, until a tragedy changes everything. Local filmmaker.
|Sunday Oct 14, 2012 3:30 PM - Sunday Oct 14, 2012 5:30 PM | $7.00
Century El Con 20
3601 E. Broadway Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85716
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|