THE FIFTH CHAIR

Chris Vaughn’s short and feverish The Fifth Chair is the definition of a missed opportunity. It deals with heavy subjects ripe for exploration, like the

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A LITTLE DEAD

Grandpa is all alone. His wife died several months ago, and living in the middle of nowhere, the solitude of the setting drives home the

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FOOLS, GOLD

Jim Allison’s Fools, Gold is a witty cinematic snippet that’s as disarming as it is well-made. Working with two actors and a semblance of a

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SILVER SCREEN SUICIDE

Lynchian vibes permeate the short narrative of Kyle Hartford’s grim 10-minute oddity Silver Screen Suicide. While he’s clearly working with a miniscule budget, the filmmaker

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MALAVIVRE

If you look up the meaning of the Italian word MALAVIVRE – underworld is listed. Writer/director Max Menghini takes us into the underworld with his

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THE WAKE

Writer, director Luis Gerard leads the creation of a superbly executed short film with The Wake. It’s dusk and 15-year-old Walter Carpenter (Isaac Kragten) rushes

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