TFF 2018 - Saturday Afternoon Shorts
Ayesha (dir. Ambarien Alqadar, India, narrative, 19 minutes)
When her father encounters a US veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress, Ayesha is forced to change her weekend plans with her boyfriend.
The Last Visit (dir. Mark Clauburg, US, narrative, 19 minutes)
An accidental meeting between a recently widowed man and a young girl ends up changing both their lives.
Walk On (dir. Megan Rossman, US, documentary, 13 minutes)
Cecilia is not your average college student. Diagnosed with fetal alcohol syndrome at age 13, she has been working to persevere despite her little-known disability.
The Scary Ham (dir. Sue Mroz, US, narrative, 15 minutes)
Two sisters sort through 50 years of family memorabilia after the death of their father, and try to figure out how contend with his beloved ham.
I Promised Her Life (dir. Robert Nazar Arjoyan, US, narrative, 15 minutes)
On the day of her daughters funeral, a grieving Armenian-American mother defies a centuries-old ritual and tests the limits of tradition.
Eggs and Soldiers (dir. Imelda OReilly, US, narrative, 20 minutes)
A single dad gets drunk and forgets the tree on Christmas Eve. Ned, the older son, sets out to make things right and give his younger brother Marco a real Irish Christmas.
The Trenton Film Festival is an exploration of all things cinematic awaits at this years festival featuring 53 films from 16 countries, including documentaries, narrative films, spoken word, animation and music videos by filmmakers from as close as Trenton, Bradley Beach, and other parts of NJ to as far away as Kosovo, Spain, and Iran. A great opportunity to connect with fellow film lovers and filmmakers!
Mill Hill Playhouse (View)
205 East Front Street
Trenton, NJ 08611
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