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Program 11
OCTOBER 14, 10:00PM 

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Pickup / Delivery

United States / Drama / 11 mins

Director/Writer: Babe Howard

Producer: Megan West

Cast: Elizabeth Marvel, Bill Camp, Matt Blackman

Isaac has just been fired when he runs into his ex's mom on the street. Turns out, Alice is dealing with a mess of her own — and she could really use his help.

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Hand Me Downs

United States / Drama / 22 mins

Director: Blaise Beyhan

Writer: Blaise Beyhan, Luis Galilei

Producer: Blaise Beyhan, Luis Galilei, Cal Green

Hand Me Downs is a short film that touches on the pain and violence that is a result of machismo and toxic masculinity. This programming is handed down generation to generation, father to son, brother to brother, friend to friend. The film examines how this cycle shapes the hearts and minds of young men in America.

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Gentle Boy

United States / Drama / 19 mins

Director: Caleb Grandoit

Writer: Jacob Matthews

Producer: Jack Mulcahy, Evan Kaufman, James Isbell

Cast: Jacob Matthews, Odley Jean, Jack Mulcahy

A young African American tries to navigate through life ~ and come to terms with a painful upbringing ~ through his photography.

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The Casting Couch on Greenwich St

United States / Drama / 15 mins

Director: Aliza Brugger

Writer: Emily Bronner

Producer: Emily Bronner, Broghanne Jessamine, Qianfan Chan

Cast: Emily Bronner, Jasmine Lobe, Mark Resnik

When young actress Mia meets a top-tier film producer with a questionable reputation, she discovers that fighting for her career could have unimaginable consequences. This is a "Me Too" film based on a true story.


United States / Comedy / 13 mins

Director/Writer: Stephanie Bencin

Producer: Tony Akio Cohen

Cast: Tabitha Vidaurri, Tiffany Elle, Julia Kelly

Greetings is the story of Trish, a shy cubicle dweller in an office that’s big on birthdays. After struggling over what to write in a coworker’s birthday card, Trish discovers that whatever she writes comes true. At first this goes great, but when her coworkers accidentally forget her own birthday, things...take a turn. 

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