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Our offerings tonight for your consideration.
Death Will Be My Bride (by Tunç Gençer, 2:04 minutes) Experimental piece.
Lo Estapulade-The Norm (Directed by K. Prada (Francisco González Prada} & J. Prada (Prada Brothers), 7:41 minutes) Short film.
K. Prada (Francisco González Prada}
J. Prada is a director and writer, known for Anorexia (2010), Estación de carretera (2009) and Mamá (2012).
Sherome (Director: Michael G. Petersen<a href=”http://www.imdb.com/company/co0374167/?ref_=fn_co_co_1″>DarkFortressPictures, 12:08 minutes) “Have you ever wondered where strength and motivation comes from? Do you ever wonder if there are spiritual guardians? Are they a source of mental healing or a harvester of damnation? Sandra Rosko plays your everyday working class girl, who suffers three life altering events that summons the mysterious realm of Sherome.”
When her job and relationship falls through, all that’s left are vision’s of her unborn child. (Kristen Tardiss) She struggles to keep her sprit alive by keeping active with everyday events, and thinking about the new light that is about to enter her life. But when she miscarries, she spirals into catatonic depression. As her life candle begins to fade, a mysterious specter comes forth. (Matt Murphy) Aided by spirt guardian (Renee Slater), together they guide her soul through the realm of Sherome. Here she finds visions of inspiration, hope and new life that repairs the shattered remains.
Unknown (Director: Akhilesh Tripathi, I Love Only Production, 12:00 minutes) A story about Alex, a computer cracker/hacker who accidentally time travels. After receiving an unknown mail(letter) and unknown call, Alex ends up with something unbelievable – his own clone. Alex decides to kill himself again. (Murder loop).
<strong>Tess (by Jerry Kokich) A short silent film by Jerry Kokich. Shot on location in Redondo Beach, California, on the Sony A57, edited with iMovie. This is the first part of a “Silent Trilogy”
Wings (Madrid Street Films)
Waiting for Eva (by Saara Lamberg, 7:27 minutes) Waiting for Eva tells a surreal story of a waitor who can’t get his ex girlfriend out of his mind.