MFF Presents FREE SHORT FILMS at Artscape, July 18-20!

Artscape2014Maryland Film Festival is thrilled to once again present Free Short Films at Artscape, coming up July 18-20, 2014!
Artscape is America’s largest FREE arts festival, attracting 350,000+ attendees over three days.  Maryland Film Festival’s Free Short Films will be held in the Charles Theater with filmmakers in attendance throughout the weekend.  Be sure to come by and experience our special collection of short films curated by our film programmers, and stay tuned for more announcements about filmmakers and special guests in attendance, coming soon!
MFF 2014 Artscape Film Program:
FRIDAY JULY 18TH @ 7PM
MOVEMENT SHORTS – 68 MINUTES
A Collection of Dance and Movement related shorts culled from the last 5 years of Maryland Film Festival’s shorts programs, reflecting Artscape’s “Join the Movement” theme for this year. An exciting and eclectic mix of styles and genres are showcased, including animation, experimental, documentary, narrative, and more. Several of the filmmakers will be present to discuss their work with the audience!

Warning: Program contains ADULT LANGUAGE, MILD VIOLENCE, ANATOMICALLY FRANK IMAGERY OF HORSES, ADULT THEMES

THE CHAPERONE – Directed by Fraser Munden, Neil Rathbone
EAGER – Directed by Allison Schulnik
FLOW – Directed by Christina Choe
MELT – Directed by Noémie Lafrance
NIGHT AT THE DANCE – Directed by Annie Silverstein
PULL/DRIFT – Directed by Margaret Rorison
THAT B.E.A.T. – Directed by Abteen Bagheri
SATURDAY JULY 19th & SUNDAY JULY 20th Noon-6PM
MFF 2014 SHORTS
Saturday and Sunday programs are comprised of titles curated by the Maryland Film Festival, all of them from MFF 2014. These programs begin each hour on the hour, and run between 30 and 40 minutes apiece. One or more filmmakers are expected to be in attendance at each screening to answer questions from the audience and discuss their work. Program content may be subject to last-minute changes.Programs may contain material not appropriate for all ages. Please refer to content warnings for each program below.

SCHEDULE:

SATURDAY JULY 19th
Noon – ANIMATED SHORTS
1pm – COMEDY SHORTS
2pm – CHARACTER STUDY SHORTS
3pm – NARRATIVE SHORTS
4pm – DOCUMENTARY SHORTS
5pm – ANIMATED SHORTS

SUNDAY JULY 20th
Noon – COMEDY SHORTS
1pm – CHARACTER STUDY SHORTS
2pm – NARRATIVE SHORTS
3pm – DOCUMENTARY SHORTS
4pm – ANIMATED SHORTS
5pm – COMEDY SHORTS

ANIMATED SHORTS – 37 minutes
Warning: Program contains CARTOON VIOLENCE, ADULT THEMES, and ADULT LANGUAGE
ALFRED JARRY & ‘PATAPHYSICS – Directed by Skizz Cyzyk
CAVEIRÃO (aka THE MASTER’S VOICE) – Directed by Guilherme Marcondes
THE CHAPERONE- Directed by Fraser Munden, Neil Rathbone
THE ORPHAN AND POLAR BEAR – Directed by Neil Christopher
YEARBOOK – Directed by Bernardo Britto

COMEDY SHORTS – 31 minutes
Warning: Program contains ADULT LANGUAGE and ADULT THEMES
CRUISING ELECTRIC (1980) – Directed by Brumby Boylston
FUNNEL – Directed by Andre Hyland
THE NOVICE CLAIRALIENT – Directed by Tom Borax
PEEPERS – Directed by Ken Lam
VERBATIM – Directed by Brett WeinerNARRATIVE SHORTS – 38 minutes
Warning: Program contains ADULT THEMES and ADULT LANGUAGE
I WAS A TEENAGE GIRL – Directed by Augustine Frizzell
LA HIJA (THE DAUGHTER) – Directed by Jazmín Rada
SKUNK – Directed by Annie Silverstein
WHIFFED OUT – Directed by Jason Giampietro

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS – 33 minutes
Warning: Program contains BRIEF NUDITY, ADULT LANGUAGE, and ADULT THEMES
CINEMA TIME CAPSULE – Directed by Scott Norwood
DAVID HOCKNEY IN THE NOW (in six minutes) – Directed by Lucy Walker
THE SILLY BASTARD NEXT TO BED – Directed by Scott Calonico
THE HIGH FIVE – Directed by Michael Jacobs

CHARACTER STUDY SHORTS – 34 minutes
Warning: Program contains ADULT THEMES and ADULT LANGUAGE
THE IMMACULATE RECEPTION – Directed by Charlotte Glynn
I WILL PAINT YOUR SPIRIT – Directed by Jason Giampietro
EASY – Directed by Daniel Laabs


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