Thursday, October 25th, 2007
5:45 pm: DOORS OPEN
Fleur Cinema and Café,
Appetizers provided; beer, wine and soft drinks available at concessions.
6:15 pm: SCREENINGS OF SHORT FILMS
Victor y la Maquina (short from
By Carlos Talamanca
A hopeful young boy tries to trick death.
On Dasher, On Dancer (
By Patrick McConville
Two teens give a lonely old man a non-traditional Christmas “present.”
Drifter (short from
By Dimitris Tzetzas
A man drifts closer to insanity as suppressed pressures of his daily life surface.
End of the Sawdust
By Andy Brodie
A modern silent film shot on Super 8 about a clown’s retirement.
Snipe Hunt (
By Terry Daily
A camping trip goes awry when the hunters become the hunted.
The Girls of
A boy’s first big crush has a strong impact.
7:45 pm: SCREENING
A Little Salsa on the
By Kent Newman
ethnicity, immigration and culture change in
9:00 pm: SCREENING
By Rick Amundson
The story of an ex-con trying to reconnect with his daughter and a life he barely recognizes.
Friday, October 26th, 2007
5:00 pm DOORS OPEN
Fleur Cinema and
Drinks available at concessions.
5:30 pm HAPPY HOUR FLICKAGE – LAUGHTER, THRILLS…AND OTHER ODDITIES
Coffeeeee (Short animation, 4 min.)
When you just gotta have a cup a…
This is Bela (Student short, 5 min.)
By Sean Studer
Bela’s picture perfect world becomes a bit of a nightmare.
One Skin (Short animation, 10 min.)
By Gudrun Cram-Drach
Mary is confronted by different paths of womanhood.
Puppet (Short animation, 6 min.)
By Patrick Smith
A possessed sock puppet taps into masochistic tendencies.
Shell (Short animation, 4 min.)
When an aging woman becomes addicted to plastic surgery, she barely recognizes herself.
Richert Wedgies, bullies,
spitballs and monsters! It is tough being kid brothers in
The Summer House (Short, 10 min.)
By Joel Sadilek
A summer rental has an unusual tenant.
6:45 – 7:30 pm
JOIN US FOR A RECEPTION FOR LEW HUNTER
AND FOR THE DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKERS,
LONNIE SENSTOCK AND CHANCE WILLIAMS OF
“ONCE IN A LEW MOON” AND FOR
THE 2007 WILD ROSE NOMINEES
7:30 pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY LEW HUNTER
7:45 pm SCREENINGS
Droomtijd ( Dreamtime) (Short from
By Tom Van Avermaet
A work-obsessed man lives in a dark, industrial world controlled by clocks… until the Sandman appears.
The Final Chapter (
An elderly man visits his sweetheart once last time.
Damn the Past! (Musical short, 29 min.)
By Juli Kang
A singing mute meets the girl of his dreams.
9:00 pm SCREENING
Address by IMPA and ISA chairs
and Tom Wheeler of
By Dorothy Lyman
The fates of three
Saturday, October 27th, 2007
am DOORS OPEN at the
Fleur Cinema and Café,
9:00 – 10:00 am
MINI-WORKSHOP BY SCREENWRITING MENTOR,
“Everything You Want to Know About Filmmaking But Were Afraid to Ask.”
10:15 – 11:15 am
DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING SEMINAR
WITH LONNIE SENSTOCK AND CHANCE WILLIAMS,
Filmmakers Of “Once In A Lew Moon” (biopic about Lew Hunter)
11:15 – 12:15 LUNCH BREAK
12:15 pm SCREENING
By Yoram Porath and Chris Gambale
The Huarani people
in the rainforests of
Narrated by Joanne Woodward.
1:45 pm SCREENINGS
Saving Mom and Dad (short from
By Kartik Singh
going fine at school for
Flying Naked (short, 22 min.)
By Travis Sentell
Clowns? Ninjas? Nudity? What do you dream about? A love story of imaginary proportions.
Fierce Friend (feature, 104 min.)
By Jacob Cooney
Two boyhood friends come to a crossroads in their adult relationship when one of them finds true love.
4:15 pm SCREENING
To Touch the Soul (Cambodia/USA documentary, 70 min.)
By Ryan Goble and Teresa Hagen
A professor and his university students discover the meaning of kindness, selflessness and love while teaching art to Cambodian children impacted by HIV/AIDS.
5:30 – 7:00 pm DINNER BREAK
7:00 pm SCREENINGS
Confessions of a Late Bloomer (short, 15 min.)
By Jen McGowan
Donny, a pre-pubescent 15 year old desperately tries to become a man in order to win Sheila, the love of his life.
Greetings From The Shore (feature, 118 min.)
By Greg Chwerchak
A young woman’s coming of age tale about love, loss and pirates.
Starring Paul Sorvino.
9:30 pm CAPSTONE ADDRESS
by STEVE SCHOTT and TONY WILSON of The Final Season
Sunday, October 28th, 2007
DOORS OPEN Fleur Cinema and Café,
1:00 PM SCREENING (not in competition)
Monster Camp (documentary)
By Cullen Hoback and Aaron Kirk Douglas
A quirky and fascinating behind the scenes documentary about Live Action Role Players (LARPers); a true story about a world where seemingly ordinary people transform themselves into dwarves, sorcerers, lizard people, dragons and more in order to escape their daily lives.
Most films are intended for MATURE audiences!
Some contain profanity, nudity and/or other mature material.
Parental guidance and discretion are strongly advised!