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Short Film Showcase I: WHITE SPACE,PERFECT TIMING, PRIMA FACIE,JUNIOR, DOCKET 32357,4-1-9
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
Seattle, WA
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Short Film Showcase I: WHITE SPACE,PERFECT TIMING, PRIMA FACIE,JUNIOR, DOCKET 32357,4-1-9
Monday, April 15
9:00 P.M.              SHORTS SHOWCASE I

Some films include mature language, mild violence, and mature content. Please use your own personal judgment.

WHITE SPACE (USA, 2011; 5 min.) Directed by Maya Washington. Seattle premiere.
White Space follows the inner life of a deaf performance poet as he makes his debut at an open-mic night for a hearing audience. Can the language of the heart emancipate the inner voice, transcending the white space between a hearing audience and a deaf man's soul?

PERFECT TIMING(USA, 2012; 18 min.) Directed by Deeana Johnson and Abai Dunbar. Seattle premiere.
Ken has always been late in the past to important dates with his wife. On their 7th anniversary Ken promises to pick up his wife on time for their romantic rendezvous. Will Ken make it?

PRIMA FACIE (USA, 2012; 8 min.) Directed by Michael Shahin. Seattle premiere.
This is the story of two polarizing individuals whose lives collide on an ordinary day in a poverty stricken city where the crime rate is steadily rising. One man is desperate to make ends meet, while the other is desperate to get home to his lovely wife and daughter. As these men travel together down a long, desolate rode, they discover that things aren't what they appeared to be at first sight. One decision can change the course of their entire lives.

JUNIOR (USA, 2011; 11 min.) Directed by Jeffrey Elmont. Seattle premiere.
Seven years after a police raid gone wrong, Detective Daniel Abrams Sr. and son Daniel Abrams Jr. (Junior) are confronted with the consequence of his past mistake. Marvin Williams Sr., recently released from prison after a term of wrongful imprisonment, revenge-seeking Williams re-enters Abrams' life with a sinister and unexpected plan to exact justice on his own terms.

DOCKET 32357  (USA, 2012; 13 min. 58 sec.) Directed by Randy Wilkins. Seattle premiere.
An estranged wife and a grieving mother discover an awful truth in a courtroom hallway.  

4-1-9 (USA/United Kingdom, 2012; 14 min.,) Directed by Alexander Etseyatse. Seattle premiere.
419 centers around two British-Nigerian brothers, older brother Ade and younger brother Segun. Ade is finally ending the illegal family business with his girlfriend Sophia at his side. Segun is at odds with this decision and his mom Tudi is taking no sides. Ade will make an important announcement at their family reunion.

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Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (View)
104 17th Avenue S
Seattle, WA 98144
United States


Categories

Film > Festivals

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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