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Art Imitates Life Shorts
Crossroads 6 Cinema
Tucson, AZ
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Art Imitates Life Shorts
Art Imitates Life Program Line-Up (85 min.):



Magellan (Regional Premiere)

Dir. Sebastian Davis

Set against the backdrop of industrial Atlanta, our scrawny hero, Magellan, walks to and from school everyday with his popular latch-key classmate, Tiana.  Their precarious friendship is jeopardized when Magellan works up the foolhardy courage to ask her to the upcoming Spring dance.



Worth (Tucson Premiere)

Dir. Kathi Carey

When a non-descript violin shows up at an upscale auction it seems wildly out of place. But who decides what something or someone is really worth? The answer may surprise you.



Old Grace (Southwest Premiere)

Dir. Nathan Chitayat

When Jeff Leland dies an untimely death, he leaves behind a father who, ashamed of the senseless loss, embarks on a road trip to get rid of a painful reminder. Unfortunately, he's stuck with another reminder; his grandson, Little Jack. Now the two must find a way to get along as each grieves in their own way.



Nightingale (World Premiere)

Dir. Josh Kasselman

The distant relationship between a man and his wife comes to a surreal boiling point in this impressionistic portrait.



Pigeon: Impossible (Arizona Premiere)

Dir. Lucas Martell

This is the tale of Walter, a rookie secret agent faced with a problem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar government-issued briefcase.



Junkyard (Regional Premiere)

Dir. Michael Skvarla

A young boy must stand up to a tyrannical junkyard owner who abuses a young girl.



Arc of a Bird (Arizona Premiere)

Dir. Hugh Schulze

An artist disappears under mysterious circumstances after one of his paintings is connected to a series of miracles.  A documentary film crew pieces together details of the story through interviews and archival footage.



The Cello (Arizona Premiere)

Dir. Erik Cimon

William, a precocious thirteen year old, develops an obsessive infatuation for his beautiful music teacher and accidentally discovers a natural ability to play the instrument in the process.



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Location

Crossroads 6 Cinema
4811 E. Grant Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85712
United States


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Film

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

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