Shorts Program 2
Numbers of the Day
USA, 2011, 5 minutes
Director: Seamus Harte
'Numbers of the Day' follows filmmaker and Type 1 diabetic, Seamus Harte, through his everyday routine with a POV perspective. The audience hears what he's thinking, sees what he's seeing, and feels what he is going through as he makes all of his daily decisions with the ever constant variable of diabetes in mind.
USA, 2011, 25 minutes
Director: Elissa Slanger, Ken Goldstone
Evelyn Brenner is a 94 year old artist working in Brooklyn, New York in a house she has lived in since childhood, surrounded by decades of her art. Her gorgeous and unusual work - a cross between painting, sculpture and fabric art - is in many collections, including that of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Her house has become an awe inspiring lived-in museum. Extremely engaging and interesting, she continues to work on her art every day.
Out of the Gate
USA, 2012, 8 minutes
Director: Abhi Singh
Experience a day at the track from the perspective of a jockey, the caller of the race and the audience.
Switzerland/Congo, 2010, 10 minutes
Director: Robert-Jan Lacombe
Through the discovery of old photos comes the story of the filmmaker's life in the village of Mandima, Zaire. Sifting through the photos of their departure, he observes and remembers from one image to the next, about his childhood and everything he left behind.
USA, 2012, 10 minutes
Directors: Jose Tadeu Bijos, Ruby Stocking, Michael Barth, Pasqual Gutierrez
As society enters a new era of awareness towards environmentalism on land, very much is still unknown about the sustainability of the one body that encompasses over 70% of earth: our oceans. 'Still' dives into the life of Carlos Eyles, an author, free diver, and ocean photographer. Through Carlos, we are able to understand the indefinite spiritual connection between the ocean and humankind.
Poland, 2009, 13 minutes
Director: Bartosz Kruhlik
One day from life of an old woman with a specific approach to life, who makes a reckoning with outward things. You never know what tomorrow will bring...
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