Shorts Program II – Youth and Consequences  45min

Coming of age is never easy, with family dynamics, exploration and crisis always in the mix.

Live virtual screening on Friday, Dec. 4th @ 5:30pm PST with filmmaker Q&A to follow.

Popper Fly – Directed by Douglas Bensadoun
Set in a frozen landscape on the day of her grandfather’s funeral, Popper Fly tells the story of a young girl coming to terms with love and loss. Having refused to attend the funeral with her mother and father, Cameron sets out on a perilous and secret mission to recover an object of great affection. What is it that she seeks? Will she make it safely back home? Will her parents discover the truth?

Haengsyo – Directed by Aaron Field
Stuck in standstill traffic, a young boy tries to spark a connection with a girl in the next lane over.

Sticky – Directed by Cameron Johanning
A boarding school student is whisked home to Chappaqua, NY to find out that her favorite bakery has been baking more than just sticky buns.

1,2,3 All Eyes On Me – Directed by Emil Gallardo
When a crisis suddenly engulfs an elementary school campus, Ms. Leena, a determined art teacher, tries everything she can to save her frightened class.


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