SF IndieFest: Just Something In My Eye – Heartwarming Shorts Program
First show: February 03
Whether wrenchingly true or vividly made-up, these well-crafted stories skillfully engage all your emotions.
A little girl decides to become a Streaker to distract from her sister’s violent behavior.
11 min. By Brielle Brilliant.
THE LAST CORN DOG DINNER
Through stop motion flashbacks, a mother and father recount a near-death experience with their son.
4 min. By Janelle Kung.
I CAN ACT
Aijie, a young girl with learning disability, live-streams her struggles and perseverance to pursue her dream of becoming an actress.
12 min. By Yvette Chou.
The concept for Cold City was inspired by incidents that often occur to people who are just like the protagonist in the story, whether they’re seeking asylum status or just trying to keep a job as an undocumented immigrant.
12 min. By Kelechi Jude.
In spite of incredible challenges a courageous young woman with ALS keeps moving forward.
17 min. By Paul W. Nethercott.
ADNAN’S FATHER (ABU ADNAN)
At the same time as having to learn a new language, a refugee doctor faces the challenge of maintaining his son,Adnan’s respect, in a situation where Adnan’s assimilation seems to be going somewhat faster than his own.
25 min. By Sylvia Le Fanu.
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