Friday Film Block 3

Showings

Capitol Theater Fri, Aug 6 6:00 PM

Description

BOY EATS GIRL: A Zombie Love Story – Dir. Sarah Gurfield
Comedy – 7 min.
USA
A short romantic comedy about two zombies who meet-cute while fighting over a dead woman’s intestines. Their brains have died…but not their hearts.

BroDate – Dir. Hank Braxton
Comedy – 6 min.
USA
Two bros grab lunch and the conversation gets real…awkward.

Call Center Blues – Dir. Geeta Gandbhir
Documentary – 25 min.
Mexico
Call Center Blues is a lyrical portrait of an unlikely community of US deportees and their loved ones struggling to rebuild their lives in Tijuana, Mexico.

The Comancheros “Train Bridge” – Dir. Jay Pelzer, Jim Turner
Music Videos – 4 min.
USA
Part 2 of The Comanchero’s ongoing music video series, the boys past catch up to them and they find themselves just trying to hang in there, with help from an unlikely hero.

Father By Law – Dir. Maria De Sanctis
Drama – 18 min.
USA
A father attempts to reconnect with his daughter on her wedding day.

FREEZE – Dir. Maya Albanese
Comedy – 14 min.
USA
When Joy’s fairytale romance crashes and burns on the eve of her 35th birthday, the deafening TICK-TOCK of her biological clock pushes her into a series of romantic misadventures and provokes wild hallucinations. Pressures stack up against her, and everybody seems to have an opinion about what she should do with her dwindling egg count. As a last resort, she ends up at Dream Life Lab & Clinic, where an angry mob battles to get inside to see an eccentric egg freezing doctor who offers peace of mind in exchange for top dollar.

Help3 – Dir. Janek TARKOWSKI
Sci-Fi / Fantasy – 15 min.
France
In a near future, Nicolas, a pensioner fond of his independence, loses his autonomy following a heart attack. This results in his son, Gabriel, imposing on him a robot to assist him in his daily life, but Gabriel may have taken a thoughtless decision…

PRIZM – All Night (Official Music Video) – Dir. Victor Lord
Music Videos – 3 min.
USA
PRIZM took the synthwave world by storm with their retro pop anthem “All Night,” and now the song is getting the treatment it deserves with this brand new music video! The Dallas-based duo has quickly made a name for themselves since releasing their self-titled EP last year, and in the time since then has turned out one red-hot new single after another. The video for “All Night” gives new life to the song and sets PRIZM up for a huge year in 2020.