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Sunday, January 14 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Student Films Block 2 LIMITED

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The Scarecrow
Directed by Leah Pollack
Run Time: 3 minutes, USA
A Farmer has something buried beneath his scarecrow. Over time, its features become more human. His days and nights are plagued by sourceless sounds and maddening visions. Soon his entire concepts of reality and fiction blur.


PLAY-TIME
Directed by David Bui
Run Time: 12 minutes, USA
Ted Montgomery, 20 years old, finds himself blindfolded and tied to a chair in a dark room. Just as he is trying to recollect his memory, an all too familiar voice begins to threaten him and his friends to get a secret code. Who kidnapped Ted, and why does he want this code so badly?


Something About the Mundane
Directed by Keegan Luther
Run Time: 6 minutes, USA
A man goes about his everyday life, living by routine. Wake up. Coffee. Work. Sleep. That's how life is for him. But there's something about the mundane that's getting to him.


Broken Solitude
Directed by Robert Herbolich
Run Time: 5 minutes, USA
A man deals with the guilt of killing his girlfriend.


The Reward
Directed by Yunhong Guo
Run Time: 15 minutes, USA
An early teen ages girl meets a strange guy in a ruins place. She realizes that he is the criminal on the wanted poster with rewards. She really wants to get the money so she guides him back to home and wants to call the police to get the rewards.


Writings on the Edge
Directed by Bernardo Candeias
Run Time: 20 minutes, Portugal
A young writer is struggling with a serious problem: there is not a single word on his page. It is almost like his pen is erasing ideas instead of writing them. Suddenly, his writer’s block is interrupted when a girl appears and begins singing and playing her guitar.


Circus
Directed by Shida Ciao
Run Time: 8 minutes, United Kingdom
Circus is a visually and emotionally stimulating short film that features existential themes, the connection of mankind to the cosmos, the theory of afterlife and the acceptance of the absurdity of human existence. 
*Note: Mature content


Viceroy
Directed by Stone Taul
Run Time: 20 minutes, USA
Malcolm and Saul are two brothers living in a motel room together. Malcolm struggles to take care of his mentally challenged brother, Saul, while also dealing with his own sanity.


Sunday January 14, 2018 12:00pm - 1:30pm
San Tan Theater, San Marcos Resort Crowne Plaza

Attendees (3)