LHAAFF: Shorts Showcase (Film Shorts)
Faraja on the Frontline, Congo, 2014, 5 min
A portrait of a young man from Goma. But he is not a child soldier, he is not a victim of war, he is a boy who shows a different side of the entrepreneurial spirit.
My American Fund, Nigeria, 2013, 13 min
Samuel is an American boy stuck in a small town in Nigeria. His Grandmother is mean, he hates his school, but most of all he longs to be home with his mother. With his 'American fund' he runs away back to the States, but will he make it? Suitable for a general audience.
Down, Down, Baby, USA, 2013, 11 min (World Premiere)
Faced with being sent to a homeless shelter for troubled teens, Angel Anderson must search for her father and inevitably confront the truth about the family she wants in order to embrace the family she needs. Some mature themes and content.
Kenya's Eyes, USA, 2014, 11 min (World Premiere)
Kenya's Eyes a dramatic and gritty film centered on a young distress girl who battles with self-identity and deep depression. Based on true events, Kenya faces bullying and mental abuse throughout her junior high school years. Lisa, Kenya's mother who is a single mother raising 4 kids tries to teach Kenya how to be self-dependent but back fires when suspicion in the household stirs Kenya's 7Th grade teacher Mrs. Fielder. Some mature themes and content.
Punch Me, USA, 2011, 14 min
With a romance on the rocks and a father on his sick bed, a young man must accept his true identity before he loses the two people he loves most. Some mature themes and content.
Dreaming, USA, 2014. 30 min (World Premiere)
John Doe finds himself in a coma, stuck between two realities. All he has to do to become conscious again, is figure out which reality is realin other words, figure out who he is. But he had better choose right, or he'll never wake up again. Some mature content.
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