The box office opens at 6 p.m. every night, with free drinks in the lobby for all ticket-holders (provided by sponsor Stella Artois). The show begins at 7 p.m. and runs for about 80 minutes.
Wednesday (9/27): WHERE IN THE WORLD
Inspired by true events. It is Christmas Eve in Syria, a small kid plays hide and seek with his dad and he picks the most unexpected place to hide in; the fireplace. Within few seconds a jet fighter bombards their house to the ground. The fireplace stands still, however the small kid finds himself trapped alone.
Directed by Samah Safi Bayazid / United States / 11m 42s
Alex finds his girlfriend’s cat, Hugo, unresponsive and turns to Javier, his father, for help. With years of wisdom behind him Javier tells his son to just tell her the truth. Rose, mistakenly thinking that Hugo has gone missing, tells Alex to find him. Javier calls upon his former mariachi group in an attempt rectify the situation. When they arrive at Rose’s New York City apartment, they garner not only her attention, but that of the neighborhood and the NYPD.
Directed by Nadia Zoe / United States / 11m 30s
In an effort to reconnect with his ex-girlfriend, August makes a surprise trip to New York City. With his overnight bag packed and guitar in hand, he sheepishly knocks on her door. When his unannounced visit elicits a tepid response, he’s left with only questions. Torn between holding on and letting go, August navigates the turbulent waters of rebuked affection.
Directed by Jeff Huston / United States / 10m 33s
Olti has served a long prison sentence for killing a man based on the ancient code of revenge. He wishes to see his mother and help his family but the ancient code prohibits him from entering the village. Now, on his way home, he has to choose between abandoning his family and risking his life just to be with them.
Directed by Ibër Deari / Macedonia / 14m 1s
Today is special. Apocalypse or not. Unexpectedly reunited with his daughter amongst the ruins of the world as they knew it, a father is determined to make this day special, even if they are already dead.
Directed by Mat Johns / United Kingdom / 9m 53s
Two friends stumble upon the holy grail of movie memorabilia in the most unlikely of places.
Directed by Adam Roffman / United States / 11m 15s
In a deserted road, driving an antique car, Stephane hurries up to a wedding for whom he is the best man. Terribly late, he realizes that he forgot the bride’s bouquet. Fortune favors him when he has the opportunity to take possession of a funeral bouquet tied on a tree. But fate takes it out on him when his GPS loses signal. Unable to get his bearings, he will have to take with him the only person who crosses his path, and who is able to help : Charlotte… who just placed her funeral bouquet on the tree.
Directed by Julien Segard & Romain Carciofo / France / 10m 27s
Thursday (9/28): the young
After a traumatic accident, Claire refuses to talk. But this is not an impediment for her visiting cousin who finds a way to communicate with her.
Directed by Maia Costea / Canada / 7m 4s
A teenage boy in a post-apocalyptic era has to release a girl from the trunk of a car before the man who put her there comes back.
Directed by Chris Greening / United States / 6m 57s
An innocent young girl witnesses her brother's fall into addiction, and the tragedy that follows.
Directed by Ryan Dean / United States / 10m 35s
"A malignant spirit forces a girl into a perilous journey through a watery underworld." -- An authorized music video for "Atlas World" (Solomun Day Remix) by Liu Bei.
Directed by Morgana McKenzie / Canada / 7m 10s
‘Luke’ is a short documentary about an extraordinary young boy who was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy as a baby. Never accepting his physical limitations, he strives to be just like any other 9 year old; playing baseball, swimming and bowling. This inspirational film will tug at your emotions, but most importantly, it will make you view the word disability in a different light. 'Luke’ celebrates the potential of people with disabilities and the incredible determination that they possess.
Directed by Dylan Reiss / United States / 8m 14s