PBIFF, Sat April 5, 12:00pm, Shorts Block 3
2014 Palm Beach International Film Festival
at the Lake Worth Playhouse's Stonzek Theatre
Sat April 5, 12:00pm
Shorts Block 3, 66 min
BLUE, Directors: Katelyn Bianchini, Rena Cheng, Asia Lancaster
In a world where balloons are alive, one fearful balloon must put his fragile life into the hands of an unexpected friend.
GRANNY BABY, Director: Eva Colmers
Young Jack is excited to pick up his new baby sister and Mom from the hospital. When he enters the busy waiting room, Jack bumps into an old, confused granny. Nobody seems to notice her. Nobody seems to care. Jack wants to help, but how? A fictional story based on real events GRANNY BABY looks at a serious issue in a light-hearted, surprising way through the creative eyes of a child.
BUG, Director: James Pillion
South Central Los Angeles: Summer 1991. A day in the life of an inner-city child, Preston's journey of discovery and his eventual awakening paints a picture that serves to not only define his view of the world but his subsequent place within it.
LOTHAR, Director: Luca Zuberbuehler
Whenever Lothar sneezes, nearby objects explode. Therefore he isolates himself from the outer world. One day, when Lothar breaks his beloved toaster, he faces a dilemma.
DOTTY, Director: Ben Charles Edwards
Dotty, a touching film centered around an unlikely friendship that highlights the beauty in friendships that cross a generation gap. A lonely boy stumbles across a modest caravan in the American Midwest, inside the caravan lives Dotty, an eccentric but kind women old enough to be his grandmother.
CATCH, Director: David Henrie
An eight year old will take extreme measures to get what he wants.
Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre (View)
709 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
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