Coming to Terms

saturday, August 13 | 4:30Pm


Coming to Terms

Having to face the death of their father, Eddie and Sally try to do their best in understanding the concept of death. At their tender age of 8 and 10, they fully rely on their religious father's teachings. When life in Heaven seems ideal, the kids make a decision that nobody could have expected.

DIRECTOR + screenwriter:

David Bertran

executive producers:

David Bertran, Cesar Saura

cinematographer:

John Rosario

EDITOR:

Yolanda Centeno

composer:

Bruno Valenti

screenwriter:

David Bertran

cast:

Wyatt Greene, Carissa Bazler, Michael Maino, Nancy Daly


Echoes

A young married couple, deeply in love, walk through New York City on a gray morning wrestling with personal tragedy as they face a heart-wrenching decision just as they reach the Brooklyn Bridge.

composer:

Anat Fort

CAST:

Shannon Beeby, Ryan Jonze

director + editor + screenwriter: 

Amy Leland

CINEMATOGRAPHER:

Aidan Shultz-Meyer

 


Muscle

A woman married to a terminally ill man must make the agonizing decision to live for him or live for herself.

DIRECTOR: 

Heidi Marshall

executive producer:

Frank Oz

CINEMATOGRAPHER:

Jeff Melanson

editor:

Joe Gutowski

screenwriter:

Tom Wilton

cast:

Marc Menchaca, Fiona Graham, Reiko Aylesworth


Ted

We spend all our lives building, but rarely do we create. A story of Ted, the carpenter.

DIRECTOR + CINEMATOGRAPHER: 

Jon Constantinou


The Five Ants That Live In My Apartment

A short reflection on interconnectivity, existentialism and... five household ants.

DIRECTOR + screenwriter + cast: 

Katy-May Hudson

cast:


The Last Words

A broken heart is not easily healed. And when a young man faces his old love, he realizes that sometimes saying goodbye, is the hardest thing to do.

cast:

Adam Shiri, Courtney de la Rigaudiere

director + Executive Producer + Cinematographer + editor + Screenwriter:

Adam Shiri


THE TELEGRAM MAN

THE TELEGRAM MAN explores the impact of World War II on a close-knit Australian farming community.

CAST:

Jack Thompson, Gary Sweet, Sigrid Thornton

director:

James Francis Khehtie


The Truth, A Short Film

A young girl keeps her diary and reaches out to you at the same time as she keeps a record of her truth as Selfie videos on her phone. She shares in her diary and with you falling in love, hating her mother, hating her parents fighting, being afraid to grow up, being upset that they may move, loving the locket her aunt gives her and feeling loved in ways by her aunt that her parents can't seem to muster, wishing the boy she is in love with would grow taller, confronting her disappointment that she has no relationship with him, sharing her glee at having a best friend and confiding in each other, coming to terms with growing up, letting go of the her first love, getting ready to move and more. One can wonder not only what happens to her once they move, but who is the 'you' that she confides into. Is that 'you' a stranger, or a friend, or will her recording of her innermost thoughts just get wiped for another Selfie moment in her life?

director:

Barbara Holstein


What Kent Did

Kent is forced to make a difficult decision in recompense for he's done.

COMPOSER:

Chris Riendeau

CAST:

Rachel Riendeau, Lincoln Hayes, Jeremy Venditto

DIRECTOR + EDITOR + SCREENWRITER:

Lincoln Hayes

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:

Rachel Riendeau, Lincoln Hayes

CINEMATOGRAPHER:

David Metzger