Film Festival

Sept. 16 - 19, 2021

by Blake Bynum / USA / 12 min.

Two mob gravediggers, who have completely separate views on morality, enter a forest to bury a body and get paid. Their differences make the task impossible and show just which one of them has the right perspective.

Empty Chair
by Alison Salazar / USA / 3 min.

A survivor of sex trafficking has a talk with her pimp, her own father, in an empty chair, to help heal from the trauma of years of physical and mental abuse.

by Celine Held, Logan George / United Kingdom / 12 min.

An estranged son discovers an alarming purchase made by his late father.

by Rocky Ramsey / USA / 11 min

Anderson McCarthy, a young law-school graduate, walks two small town detectives through his life threatening turn of events while visiting his Uncle Billy for the very first time.

by Santosh Sopan Davakhar / India / 15 min.

A touching portrayal of 8 year old boy the protagonist who is unaware of his own religion and god, and he too has set out on a journey to borrow religious customs and traditions to discover himself.

So She Might Live
by Patrick Sanchez Smith / USA / 5 min.

A young girl tries to save her mother from a deadly illness.

Head Above Water
by Eric Shahinian / USA / 10 min.

A devoted husband is forced to confront his doubts about remaining the caretaker of his wife suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

​​Blue Lines
by Terrell Pinckney  / USA / 10 min.

Twenty first century, Billionaire and owner of the worlds largest high tech security firms, soon finds out that his company is a small part of a Global take over started decades ago.