Shorts Block 2
S.G. Long Financial, Montgomery Distillery, Downtown Missoula Partnership, Western Cider
Directed by Sarah Smith and Frances Chewning. Produced by Gordon Gee and Frances Chewning.
Joseph, a gentle intellectual with a dry sense of humor, has been living with Parkinson’s for two decades. When his beloved only daughter comes home for a visit with her husband and toddler, they visit a new neurologist who has a simple solution for his debilitating dizziness: new glasses.
Directed by Jeff McKay and Takashi Iwasaki.
A playful and poignant shadow play, depicting a world where humans take from forests whatever they desire, leaving nothing behind.
Directed by Bonnie Discepolo. Produced by Anna Camp, Michael Johnson, Matthew Pfeffer, Mark Pfeffer.
In a strange post-apocalyptic world, a group of desperate people head on a journey of survival towards a utopian Dome off in the distance, for the opportunity to change their lives.
The Bicycle Thief
Directed by Zach Strum.
A heartbroken cyclist rides across the US on a bike he stole from his ex.
Directed by Frank Mosley. Produced by Liz Cardenas and Katie White.
Barry’s starting over.
Directed by J.D. Shields. Produced by Maya Korn, Lauren Avinoam, and Diana Ward.
Two personal journeys intersect when a struggling young photographer is hired for a last-minute portrait gig. The unfolding photo session, while fleeting, leaves an indelible mark on both women.
Directed by Angalis Field. Produced by Angalis Field, Madison Odenborg, and Stacey Streshinsky.
Cam is used to seeing the same customers while working at his family’s cherry stand. After a handsome cyclist passes through and asks for directions to a local cruising site, Cam takes it as an invitation to follow him.
Julie Last Name
Directed by Alex Beh. Produced by Alex Beh, Lawrence Inglee, and Randy Luddy.
Two old friends encounter a server over dinner who won’t disclose her last name while discussing life, love, The Berenstein Bears, and how the universe may have shifted the night the Cubs won the World Series.
The Saturday, October 14 screening includes a Q&A with Blue Hour writer/director J.D. Shields and producer Maya Korn, Neo-Dome director Bonnie Discepolo, producer Anna Camp, and writer Matt Pfeffer, Julie Last Name writer/director Alex Beh, and The Glasses writer/director Frances Chewning!
Sponsored by S.G. Long Financial, Montgomery Distillery, Downtown Missoula Partnership, and Western Cider!