TFF 2018 - Saturday Evening Shorts
Lawman (dir. Matthew Gentile, US, narrative, 13 minutes)
1875, Indian Territory. Bass Reeves is the first African-American to be deputized by the US Marshal Service. While bringing two outlaws to justice, Bass begins to question his idea of justice and choosing to fight for a country that may never fight for him.
Rules (dir. Yassen Genadiev, Bulgaria, narrative, 20 minutes)
Mikhail is a meticulous supervisor of a residential building near the Black Sea. His monotonous life is about to be shaken up by a new neighbor, the young and extroverted Evelina.
King Kong (dir. Lo Xu-Ming Tong, Canada, narrative, 19 minutes)
When their mother suffers an accident, teenager Eliza must take responsibility for traveling with her younger brother Damian to Montreal to join their father.
D for Docs (dir. Joe Sikoryak, US, narrative, 15 minutes)
Professor Marty is a documentary film teacher who thinks he has the worst class ever. Now he has to explain himself to the department chair who has come to watch his students final projects.
Death of an Umbrella Salesman (dir. Steve Herold, US, narrative, 18 minutes)
A day in the life of a door-to-door umbrella salesman.
Docked (dir. Amie Batalibasi, Australia, narrative, 19 minutes)
A young South Sudanese aspiring actress works late nights at a bar and meets an older man at a crisis point in his life. They spend a night walking around together in Melbourne, two people from different worlds who find an unlikely connection.
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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