Ageless Shorts: Short Films for All of Us
Sat, Jun 9, 2018 at 12:30pm
Stories of young love, reflections of elders on lifetime experiences, and seeing how generations intersect. The common struggles and joys in this short film collection prove to be ageless. TRT: 78 min
(Lila Kitaeff & Sukhi Sanghera, 2007, 10 min) A local documentary featuring one youth and one elder and their connections through Pride.
(Gary Riotto, 2011, 8 min) An African American teen from Chicago discovers he can sing and act just like the legendary Judy Garland.
(Jim Fall, 2018, 10 min) Written and performed by participants in the Young Actors’ Theatre Camp, this is a story about finding your true identity.
(Kris & Lindy Boustedt, 2014, 4 min) Two girls, first love, superglue, and Robert Frost.
(Heath Daniels, 2013, 4 min) Love, sex, and relationships are seen through the eyes of two men; one in his 50s, the other in his 20s.
NANCY FROM EAST SIDE CLOVER
(Gregorio Davila, 2016, 8 min) Growing up a poor, Chicana, Butch Lesbian in mid 20th century East L.A., Nancy Valverde's life was a constant uphill battle. Her defiance and resilience made her a community legend.
COFFEE HOUSE CHRONICLES: JAIL BAIT
(Stewart Wade, 2016, 9 min) Lying about your age on an online profile can be problematic in many ways.
THE PICK UP
(Giovanna Chesler, 2018, 10 min) A teen resentful of her divorcing parents doesn’t like surprises. But when her mom gets a flat tire after picking her up from practice, a kind stranger helps create an understanding.
HAPPILY EVER AFTER
(Ricky Mastro, 2009, 7 min) Life, love, and passion as remembered by this long term lesbian couple from Brazil.
(Adam Baran, 2013, 10 min) It's 1994 and there's no Internet. Young Jack Hoffman sets off on a quest to find and retrieve a stash of gay porno magazines from across town before anyone finds out. (Contains mature themes)