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“A” MY NAME IS Sarah T. Schwab
USA / 2018 / 12 min / MP4 / English
A young girl with early stage cancer has a late-night adventure that culminates in the consideration of her mortality. With subtle and playful grace, the film explores the transition from childhood into adulthood through the eyes of a sick youth.
Writer & Production Designer: Sarah T. Schwab / Producer: Sarah T. Schwab, Brian Long / Cinematographer: Lara Aqel / Editor: Manuel Valdivia / Composer: Matt Keating /
Principal Cast: Samarah Conley, Lori Singleton / Contact: BrianLong.BLong@gmail.com
Director: Sarah is a member of the Playwrights/Directors Unit at the Actors Studio. Her play, “A Stage of Twilight” had a staged reading as part of the Pipeline Series at the Dorset Theatre Festival starring Karen Allen. Sarah was a finalist for the Carson McCullers’ Marguerite & Lamar Smith Fellowship for Writers.
“A” My Name Is.
93 Miles directed by Noah Canavan
USA / 17 min / Suspense Drama
The night after defecting Cuba, a baseball player and his girlfriend are held up in a Mexican hotel room. The tension rises as the two become claustrophobic in this stressful situation that they are stuck in
THE CALL FROM THE SEA directed by Taylor McNulty
USA / 15 min / Short Documentary
What is the ocean saying if we could hear its voice? This is the question that brought me from Florida to live with the Bajau in Indonesia. As a filmmaker, I wanted to share the life of people who live intimately with the sea.
The Bajau are a sea nomadic group who have lived on the ocean for centuries. I wanted to see the ocean through their eyes and hear the ocean’s voice.
“The Call from the Sea” addresses the future of our oceans and what we are leaving behind. It is a personal and poetic story about life as a Bajau and how our actions affect their world, ten thousand miles away.
THE CALL FROM THE SEA
Curtain Call directed by Lesley Manning
UK 14 min / Short Comedy
Martin is a talented actor waiting to make the step up from understudy. When he gets his big opportunity, however, he finds himself locked in the toilet. Will the chance pass him by?
Night Call directed by Amanda Renee Knox
USA / 18 min / Suspense
When on a routine patrol, a Black female cop living in and patrolling Inglewood gets called to a disturbance she is forced to make an unprecedented life altering decision.
PIPE DREAM directed by Chris King
USA / 2019 / 19 min / English / Short Bio
Each year thousands of budding actors move to L.A. or New York in search of stardom. This is the story of one such actress who, with nothing but her talents and determination, would go from obscurity to Broadway stardom within a few short years: Carol Burnett.
Writer: Chris King / Producer: Chris King, Heather King, Ryan Black / Cinematographer: Ryan Black / Production Designer: Heidi Boucher / Editor: Chris King / Composer: Trinity Velez-Justo / Principal Cast: Lisa Ferris, Julie Anchor, Maggie Upton, Erik Sundquist, Eric Wheeler
Schoolyard Blues directed by Maria Ericsson Hecht
Sweden / 17 min / Swedish w/English subtitles / Drama
It’s John’s first day at school. Unexpectedly his eleven-year-old big brother Mika shows up to follow him to assembly. But Mika has plans other than just taking John to school. Mika sees it as his mission to teach John the hard facts of the world, starting with the merciless demands of the schoolyard.
The Vest directed by Lesley Manning
UK / 8 min / Short Suspense
An anonymous man in rush hour of a city.
Unbeknownst to anyone he is wearing a suicide vest.
While walking through the crowds, he is disturbed by unexpected glimpses of humanity. He breaks down. Can he complete his mission?