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Saturday, March 25
 

12:15pm

Planet of the Children (Kids)
Animation, Narrative & Pilot, 69 minutes

The Discovery of Dit Dodson | directed by Kelley Kali, USA, 10:35
In the Bayous of Louisiana, 14-year-old Dit discovers that she inherited magical healing powers, but they get her into a world of trouble.
#NewMavericks

Egér (Little Mouse) | directed by Ervin B. Nagy, Hungary, 7:12
1986, Budapest. The later olympic champion swimmer Krisztina Egerszegi is only 12. Her opponents are stronger and bigger.

Wishful Whiskers | directed by Pulkit Datta, USA, 9:55
Stuck in her dad’s boring lunch meeting, little Ella suddenly discovers the curious case of all the mustaches.
Nobody | directed by Elham Toroghi, Iran, 10:16
The story is about a white cat who lives in a city of black dwellers.
#Competition

Rum | directed by Russell Haigh, UK, 4:26
A quarrel between two pirates gets completely out of hand.
#Competition

The Wishing Jar | directed by Denver Jackson, Canada, 13:48
A girl, a flying goldfish, and a wishing star.
#Competition

Frolic 'n Mae | directed by Danny Madden, USA, 12:40
Frustrated, Mae creates Frolic, and Frolic creates mayhem.


Saturday March 25, 2017 12:15pm - 1:40pm
Towne Cinema 106 N Avondale Rd, Avondale Estates, GA 30002

2:00pm

In the Realms of the Unreal (Sci-Fi/Horror)
Narrative (Sci-Fi/Horror), 97 minutes

Waste | directed by Justine Raczkiewicz, USA, 15:50
Roger gets to know his roommate Olive over a series of meals, which become increasingly strange and push the limits of his curiousity.

The Last Journey of the Enigmatic Paul WR | directed by Romain Quirot, France, 17:07
The red moon threatens our existence on earth. Our only hope is the enigmatic Paul WR, the most talented astronaut of his generation. However, few hours before the start of the mission, Paul disappears.

Creswick | directed by Natalie Erika James, Australia, 9:30
While a young woman helps her father pack up his house, they are both increasingly aware of the presence that they always knew was there.


The Purple Plain | directed by Kim Albright, United Kingdom, 12:41
The true story of the Mercury 13, the first American women who tested for space flight.

Home Education | directed by Andrea Niada, United Kingdom, 24:50
A girl is convinced by her mother that her dead dad will be resurrected if they show how much they miss him. That is, until he begins to rot...

They Charge For the Sun | directed by Terence Nance, USA, 16:52
In a future where people live nocturnally, a young black girl unravels the lie that has kept her and her sister in the dark.



Saturday March 25, 2017 2:00pm - 3:50pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

4:45pm

An Earthy Paradise for the Eyes (Narratives & Documentaries)
Narrative & Documentary, 99 minutes

Limbo | directed by Konstantina Kotzamani, France/Greece, 29:50
The leopard shall lie down with the goat. The wolves shall live with the lambs. And the young boy will lead them. 12+1 kids and the carcass of a whale washed ashore…

The Offering | directed by Billy Silva & Guille Isa, Peru, 6:42
Two musicians and a dancer make an ancient and sacred offering to the earth.

Wald der Echos (Forest of Echoes) | directed by directed by Luz Olivares Capelle, Austria, 30:00
A teenager, Christina, loses her friends in the forest. Looking for them she finds the bodies of three drowned kids on the shore of a lagoon.

The Sleeping Saint | directed by Laura Samani, Italy, 19:40
In order to grow up, Giacomina has to learn the art of letting go.


To Be Free | directed by Adepero Oduye, USA, 12:18
In a tiny after-hours club, Nina Simone finds a way, for one moment, to be free.


Saturday March 25, 2017 4:45pm - 6:40pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
 
Sunday, March 26
 

11:30am

Unstrung Heroes (Puppetry)
Ropes in Life | directed by Gerardo González, Mexico, 13:00
Caro is a thoughtful puppet who wanders through streets, meeting other puppets will make him conscious of the impositions he lives.
#CineMás

Loren The Robot Butler: Teach Me How To Dougie! | directed by Paul McGinnis, USA, 3:18
Decommissioned and stored in the basement, Loren the Robot Butler begrudgingly teaches the kids of the household how to dance
the Dougie.

Belle and Bamber | directed by Alex Forbes, United Kingdom, 15:00
Belle and Bamber is a dark comedy about a child afraid of growing up and the dangers of psychotic imaginary friends.

Hot Air Balloon Animals | directed by Ben Johnson, Serene Bacigalupi & Jacques Duffourc, USA, 7:51
A lovable monster becomes inspired to embark on a hot air adventure filled with flying unicorns and cloud animals.

Lucky Chicken | directed by Gulliver Moore, United Kingdom, 12:15
A quirky silent romantic comedy about a butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker... and a magic chicken.

B-Bot | directed by Bryan McAdams, USA, 5:55
After the tragic loss of his best friend, a robot must find happiness in a world destroyed by a catastrophe.

Rain | directed by Matt Glass, USA, 14:27
One town, sixty years without sunlight or rain, a tyrant who controls the people and a mysterious wanderer offering a bright side to it all.

The Owl and the Lemming | directed by Roselynn Akulukjuk, Canada, 3:33
In this fable in which a young owl catches a lemming to eat, children learn the value of being humble, and why pride is to be avoided.

Gute Nacht (Good Night) | directed by Henning Backhaus, Austria, 6:37
Music clip for the first song from Franz Schubert's song cycle “Winter Journey.”

The Pits | directed by Mike Hayhurst, USA, 3:11
In a world full of pears, what can you find to fill your pit? A story about longing, love, and finding your other half.


Sunday March 26, 2017 11:30am - 1:00pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

2:00pm

Appropriate Behavior (Narratives)
Narrative, 98 minutes

Mother | directed by Simón Mesa Soto, Colombia/Sweden, 14:00
16-year-old Andrea comes down from her poor neighborhood in the hills of Medellín to attend a downtown casting call for a porno film.

Babysitter | directed by Aurit Zamir, Israel, 26:17
One night at Eilat’s babysitting job, during which motherhood and childhood manifest themselves in confusing ways.

Retaliation | directed by Ange-Régis Hounkpatin, Benin/France, 25:39
Awa, 18-years-old, goes to class in the military high school of Natitingou. One day, she learns that her father has just been murdered. She has just joined her family in Cotonou when a popular prosecution is put together in order to avenge the memory of the deceased. Facing the helplessness of the police, Awa decides to take part in it.

Your Day | directed by Ginger Gonzaga, USA, 31:49
A young couple, Jack and Jane, spend the day at a hotel, seemingly to celebrate Jane's birthday, until we realize they are there for aVERY different reason.


Sunday March 26, 2017 2:00pm - 3:50pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

7:30pm

Season of Strangers (Experimental)
Experimental, 74 minutes
Auto | directed by Conner Griffith, USA, 6:19
A choreographed dance of pedestrians and automobiles, presented on their routinized stages.

Fault Lines | directed by Mandy Bea, USA, 3:12
I only see in neon.

A Hard World for Little Things | directed by Sonja Bertucci, USA, 2:00
“A Hard World for Little Things” is a film about toys insofar as they channel the violence of the adult world into the space of childhood.

Forged From the Love of Liberty | directed by Vashti Harrison, Trinidad and Tobago/USA, 4:45
A visual poem about a family's curse, and two superstitions surrounding it.

Clandestine | directed by Atoosa Pour Hosseini, Ireland/Estonia, 14:23
“Clandestine” Layers both space and time, superimposing imagery and creating entrancing patterns of repetition and startling interruption.

Back Track | directed by Virgil Widrich, Austria, 7:00
A 3D remix of flat feature films.

Skin in the Game | directed by Ariana Gerstein, USA, 5:02
From many pieces, marked by light, by pressure, sliced.

More Dangerous Than a Thousand Rioters | directed by Kelly Gallagher, USA, 6:19
An experimental animated documentary exploring the powerful and inspiring life of revolutionary Lucy Parsons.
#NewMavericks

Underbelly Up | directed by Josh Yates, USA, 3:57
A disembodied entity meditates on the trauma caused by a devastating flood that occurred during October, their favorite month.

Colombi | directed by Luca Ferri, Italy, 20:46
A reflection on the last century and two people's precise unwillingness to accept the changes imposed by society.


Sunday March 26, 2017 7:30pm - 9:00pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
 
Monday, March 27
 

7:15pm

Reassemblage (Animation)
Animation, 84 minutes
Presented in partnership with ASIFA-South
Ceci n'est pas une animation | directed by Federico Kempke, Canada/Mexico. 5:14
A group of pretentious animators are followed through the process of creating the ‘ultimate animated film.’ But do they really have the skills to back up their claims?
#CineMás, #Competition


Related | directed by Ida Andreasen, Denmark, 15:00
Related is a drama about love and genetics. A daughter and her father strive to learn to live with their uncontrollable tempers.
#Competition

Once a Hero | directed by Xia Li, USA, 8:13
Wanting to be a superhero, a boy befriends with a girl who is bullied by all her classmates. One day, he is forced to make a choice, betray the girl or not.
#Competition

Confessions of a Breastimator | directed by Jisu Kim, USA, 3:24
The story of a breast aficionado who reflects back on her life as an animator, confessing her longtime passion for cartoons and animating double Ds.
#Competition, #NewMavericks


Thank You for Visiting | directed by Dinesh Ram, India, 10:54
The story of habitat loss told through the life of a bear in a regular city zoo.
#Competition

The Laughing Spider | directed by Keiichi Tanaami, Japan, 7:24
A psychedelic phantasmagoria from Japan’s greatest veteran animator, based on childhood memories of air-raids.
#Competition

"The Talk" True Stories About The Birds & The Bees | directed by Alain Delannoy, Canada, 8:50
There are things in life you never forget. One of them, like it or not, is ‘the talk.'
#Competition

Summer's Puke is Winter's Delight | directed by Sawako Kabuki, Japan, 2:59
Painful events become memories over time. Still, we vomit and eat again. Life is Eco.
#Competition

Fox and the Whale | directed by Robin Joseph, Canada, 12:03
The story of a curious fox who goes in search of an elusive whale. A journey of longing and discovery.
#Competition

The Wrong End of the Stick | directed by Terri Matthews, United Kingdom, 9:40
Malcolm Fetcher faces an all-consuming identity crisis. His marriage disintegrates and he is forced to express a deep, hidden desire.
#Competition


Monday March 27, 2017 7:15pm - 9:20pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

9:15pm

Southern Comfort (Local Narratives)
The Ebbing Tree | directed by DaManuel Richardson, USA, 12:58
A young teen gains the courage to leave his home for the mainland after a chance encounter with an old friend.
#Georgia

Leaving Charlie | directed by Amanda Brooke Avery & Diane Calhoun, USA, 15:38
A young, queer, stripper is forced to reevaluate her boundaries when a customer gets too close.
#Georgia, #NewMavericks, #PinkPeach



Northfield | directed by Cameron Schwartz, USA, 18:40
After kidnapping his son's murderer, a distraught father takes up a dangerous journey and faces a harrowing dilemma.
#Georgia

My Indian Rhapsody | directed by Abijeet Achar, India/France/USA, 15:31
A once famous author works on a new book about a life with a brother he never knew, but is distracted by dreams of a lover he left behind.
#Georgia

It's Just Skin | directed by Haley Wetherington, USA, 7:02
After a misconstrued moment between Stella and her neighbor Matt, Stella is left to contend with the blame she puts on herself.
#Georgia, #NewMavericks


Cul-De-Sac | directed by Damon Russell, USA, 14:30
Two parents, living in a quiet cul-de-sac, discover a wiretap hidden inside their son's teddy bear.
#Georgia


Monday March 27, 2017 9:15pm - 10:45pm
Plaza Theatre, Downstairs 1049 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
 
Tuesday, March 28
 

7:00pm

Fish Tank (Documentaries)
Documentary, 92 minutes

More is More | directed by Alexis Boling, USA, 6:24
Unearthly creatures from another dimension climb out of the mind of a transformational artist and onto the streets of NYC.

Gut Hack | directed by Kate McLean & Mario Furloni, USA, 14:00
A former NASA scientist turned bio-hacker attempts an experiment that makes him confront the multitudes inside.

Powder Fresh | directed by Lyntoria Newton, USA, 7:37
“Powder Fresh” is an experimental look into the racial and gender implications of hygienic practices through targeted advertising.
The Sandman | directed by Lauren Knapp, USA, 18:56
A doctor walks the line of his own morality as he participates in executions, while personally opposing capital punishment.


Distribution | directed by Sam Ellison, Nicaragua/USA, 11:10
The pirate movie industry of Nicaragua, seen in kaleidoscopic detail.

Raised by Krump | directed by Maceo Frost, USA/Germany/Sweden, 22:00
“Raised by Krump” explores the LA-born dance movement ‘krumping,’ and the lives of some of the area’s most influential and prolific dancers.

Matthew's Gift | directed by Jon Watts, USA, 11:54
We follow photographer Oana Hogrefe as she dedicates her one day a year taking remembrance photos of a child nearing the end of life.


Tuesday March 28, 2017 7:00pm - 8:45pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
 
Wednesday, March 29
 

7:00pm

Ah, My Hometown (Documetaries)
Documentary, 77 minutes
Presented in partnership with Homespun

Digital Edition | directed by James Kicklighter, USA, 26:02
In the midst of a print revolution, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution experiments with new storytelling tools in the digital era.

Nadia | directed by Erin S Murray, USA, 3:04
A ballerina discusses her relationship with ‘perfection’ and how she finds individuality within the rigorous standards of ballet.


7 Days | directed by Rashel Stephenson, USA, 25:12
“7 Days” goes behind the scenes with three organ transplantation surgeons as they turn death into life and desperation into hope.

We the Creators: Daniel Lamb | directed by Babacar Ndiaye, USA, 2:08
“We The Creators” is a documentary series that examines the inner thoughts and processes of a select group of artists.

American Moderate | directed by Jared Callahan, USA, 16:34
A first-time voter from the South struggles to find herself, and a candidate that best represents her, in the 2016 presidential primaries.


Wednesday March 29, 2017 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Druid Hills Presbyterian Church 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306

8:00pm

LOL (Laughing Out Loud) (Comedies)
Narrative (Comedy), 114 minutes

The Accomplice | directed by Jon Hoeg & John F. Beach, USA, 7:56
Jerry arrives home to a full answering machine and realizes he might be in trouble.

Hit | directed by Katie Trew Cheline, USA, 15:51
“Hit” follows Brandon, who thinks he's met the girl of his dreams in the mysterious Izzy… until they go on the first date of his nightmares.

Seeking: Jack Tripper | directed by Quinlan Orear, USA, 14:30
A married gay couple try to have a threesome in an attempt to reignite the spark in their relationship.

Chicken / Egg | directed by James D'Arcy, United Kingdom, 15:00
Mark's a good guy. Kenneth not so much. Mark's gonna help Kenneth out. Maybe.

The Session | directed by Morgane Becceril, France/USA, 13:08
A novice dominatrix fights to free a tortured client.
Pregnant | directed by Joseph Sackett, USA, 9:30
A pregnant man communicates psychically with his unborn fetus.


Perfect Roast Potatoes | directed by Nick Frew, USA, 18:00
A bittersweet comedy about cooking and grief. Dysfunctional British siblings have an awkward Christmas with the corpse of their dead mum.

Lightningface | directed by Brian Petsos, USA, 19:57
After an inexplicable incident, Basil Stitt sequesters himself inside his apartment and begins a profound transformation.


Wednesday March 29, 2017 8:00pm - 10:10pm
Dad's Garage 569 Ezzard Street SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
 
Friday, March 31
 

7:00pm

Ties That Bind (Narratives)
Benny Got Shot | directed by Malcolm Washington, USA, 20:01
Naomi, an autopsy assistant, realizes her brother is missing the night of a police shooting and fears that his body may be
in her morgue.
Let the Past Go By | directed by Maryam Naraghi, Iran, 21:00
Unlike her father, Bahar hasn’t yet overcome the tragedy of her younger brother’s death. When his killer is released from jail, she tries to make him suffer emotionally. Her endeavors result in a change in her perspective.
#Competition, #NewMavericks


Death in a Day | directed by Lin Wang, USA/China, 14:05
After visiting his comatose father, a young Chinese boy must come to grips with the impending death falling upon his family.

Fox | directed by Jacqueline Lentzou, Greece, 28:02
Stephanos, a reactive teenager and the oldest of a family with no father, has a fight with his mother. Left home-alone with his
siblings and sick dog, Lucy, he has no idea that this would be the last, most carefree day of his life.
Vìré | directed by Hugo Rousselin, France/Guadeloupe, 19:50
A young Guadeloupean named Isaac has troubles to mourn over the death of his brother Legba.
#Competition


Friday March 31, 2017 7:00pm - 8:45pm
Druid Hills Presbyterian Church 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306
 
Saturday, April 1
 

12:15pm

A Chapter in Her Life (Narratives)
Narrative, 91 minutes

Fract | directed by Georgina Bloomfield, New Zealand, 13:49
A teenage outcast discovers her cast is a friend magnet.

Birthday Cake | directed by Brantly Jackson Watts, USA, 17:16
A woman who fled a violent relationship must choose between love and survival on the first anniversary of leaving her abuser.


Solatium | directed by Christina Tynkevych, Ukraine/United Kingdom, 10:43
Anna, an ambulance doctor, arrives at a night call which brings back her painful past and challenges her moral compass.


One Up | directed by Eimi Imanishi, USA, 14:41
Hadley jumps into an uncomfortable sexual encounter after she's brutally rejected by her teammate crush Christine.


How Far She Went | directed by Ugla Hauksdottir, USA/Iceland, 13:06
An unflinching look at family, personal sacrifice, and the lengths we'll go for those we love.

Submarine | directed by Mounia Akl, Lebanon, 0:20:51
Under the imminent threat of Lebanon’s garbage crisis, Hala, a wild child inside of a woman is the only one to refuse evacuation.


Saturday April 1, 2017 12:15pm - 2:00pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

2:45pm

Stories We Tell (Documentaries)
Notes From Buena Vista | directed by Elizabeth Lo, USA, 9:38
A working-class mobile home park in Silicon Valley faces imminent closure. Notes From Buena Vista glimpses into the lives of low-income families in one of the wealthiest places in the world.
The Move | directed by Maija Hirvonen, Finland, 18:51
Unlike her father, Bahar hasn’t yet overcome the tragedy of her younger brother’s death. When his killer is released from jail, she tries to make him suffer emotionally. Her endeavors result in a change in her perspective.
#Competition, #NewMavericks

El Hara | directed by Margaux Fitoussi & Mo Scarpelli, Tunisia/France, 16:00
“El Hara” poetically explores how the places we grow up in haunt who we become, forever.
#Competition

Se Shin Sa | directed by Eunhye Hong Kim, USA, 10:52
“Se Shin Sa” is a hybrid of fiction and documentary portraying an undocumented woman living and working as a masseuse in Koreatown, Los Angeles.
#Competition, #NewMavericks


Refugee | directed by Joyce Chen & Emily Moore, USA/Senegal, 27:14
“Refugee” tells the story of a West African woman who left her five children in 2003 to come to the USA and provide them with a better future.
#Competition, #NewMavericks


Saturday April 1, 2017 2:45pm - 4:15pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

5:15pm

The New Love and the Old (Narratives & Documentaries)
Narrative & Documentary, 95 minutes
Modern Love | directed by Francesca Mirabella, USA, 10:03
Romance in the era of Snapchat.
Vcitor & Isolina | directed by William D. Caballero, USA, 5:45
Victor and Isolina (now in their 80s) answer questions about their life-long, complex and arduous relationship.
#Competition

Gema | directed by Kenrick Prince, USA, 13:24
When Gema gets roped into meeting her fiancé’s parents for the first time, she grapples with facing the truth he’s been keeping from them.
All Good Things | directed by Chloe Domont, USA, 26:00
In a portrait of a modern marriage, a filmmaker follows her mother's relationship with two men, each whom satisfy her different needs.
#Competition

Call Your Father | directed by Jordan Firstman, USA, 19:04
On Josh and Greg's first date, they quickly realize that the generational divide between them is the least of their worries.
#PinkPeach
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In the Hills | directed by Hamid Reza Ahmadi Rahmatabadi, United Kingdom, 21:00
In the idyllic English Cotswolds, Sharam, a young immigrant man, takes a rather radical approach towards integrating with British society.
#Competition


Saturday April 1, 2017 5:15pm - 7:05pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
 
Sunday, April 2
 

12:30pm

ENCORE: Ah, My Hometown (Documentaries)
Documentary, 77 minutes
Presented in partnership with Homespun 

Digital Edition | directed by James Kicklighter, USA, 26:02
In the midst of a print revolution, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution experiments with new storytelling tools in the digital era.

Nadia | directed by Erin S Murray, USA, 3:04
A ballerina discusses her relationship with ‘perfection’ and how she finds individuality within the rigorous standards of ballet.


7 Days | directed by Rashel Stephenson, USA, 25:12
“7 Days” goes behind the scenes with three organ transplantation surgeons as they turn death into life and desperation into hope.

We the Creators: Daniel Lamb | directed by Babacar Ndiaye, USA, 2:08
“We The Creators” is a documentary series that examines the inner thoughts and processes of a select group of artists.

American Moderate | directed by Jared Callahan, USA, 16:34
A first-time voter from the South struggles to find herself, and a candidate that best represents her, in the 2016 presidential primaries.

Sunday April 2, 2017 12:30pm - 2:15pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

3:00pm

ENCORE: LOL (Laughing Out Loud) (Comedies)
Narrative (Comedy), 114 minutes

The Accomplice | directed by Jon Hoeg & John F. Beach, USA, 7:56
Jerry arrives home to a full answering machine and realizes he might be in trouble.

Hit | directed by Katie Trew Cheline, USA, 15:51
“Hit” follows Brandon, who thinks he's met the girl of his dreams in the mysterious Izzy… until they go on the first date of his nightmares.

Seeking: Jack Tripper | directed by Quinlan Orear, USA, 14:30
A married gay couple try to have a threesome in an attempt to reignite the spark in their relationship.

Chicken / Egg | directed by James D'Arcy, United Kingdom, 15:00
Mark's a good guy. Kenneth not so much. Mark's gonna help Kenneth out. Maybe.

The Session | directed by Morgane Becceril, France/USA, 13:08
A novice dominatrix fights to free a tortured client.
Pregnant | directed by Joseph Sackett, USA, 9:30
A pregnant man communicates psychically with his unborn fetus.


Perfect Roast Potatoes | directed by Nick Frew, USA, 18:00
A bittersweet comedy about cooking and grief. Dysfunctional British siblings have an awkward Christmas with the corpse of their dead mum.

Lightningface | directed by Brian Petsos, USA, 19:57
After an inexplicable incident, Basil Stitt sequesters himself inside his apartment and begins a profound transformation.


Sunday April 2, 2017 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Druid Hills Presbyterian Church 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306

5:00pm

ENCORE: Southern Comfort (Local Narratives)
The Ebbing Tree | directed by DaManuel Richardson, USA, 12:58
A young teen gains the courage to leave his home for the mainland after a chance encounter with an old friend.
#Georgia

Leaving Charlie | directed by Amanda Brooke Avery & Diane Calhoun, USA, 15:38
A young, queer, stripper is forced to reevaluate her boundaries when a customer gets too close.
#Georgia, #NewMavericks, #PinkPeach



Northfield | directed by Cameron Schwartz, USA, 18:40
After kidnapping his son's murderer, a distraught father takes up a dangerous journey and faces a harrowing dilemma.
#Georgia

My Indian Rhapsody | directed by Abijeet Achar, India/France/USA, 15:31
A once famous author works on a new book about a life with a brother he never knew, but is distracted by dreams of a lover he left behind.
#Georgia

It's Just Skin | directed by Haley Wetherington, USA, 7:02
After a misconstrued moment between Stella and her neighbor Matt, Stella is left to contend with the blame she puts on herself.
#Georgia, #NewMavericks


Cul-De-Sac | directed by Damon Russell, USA, 14:30
Two parents, living in a quiet cul-de-sac, discover a wiretap hidden inside their son's teddy bear.
#Georgia

Sunday April 2, 2017 5:00pm - 6:45pm
7 Stages Theatre, Main 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

7:45pm

ENCORE: Award-Winning Shorts
A Special Encore Screening of each of our 2017 Award-winning Short Films.

Sunday April 2, 2017 7:45pm - 9:15pm
Druid Hills Presbyterian Church 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306