Narrative Shorts 1: Altered Perspectives
With Q&As with “Are You Alright?” director Alessio Summerfield; “Boxes” director Mark McElwrath; “Breakdown: Overload” director Tanner Richard Craft; “Caged Bird” director Orestes Valdes; “In Paris, I Tango for Maria (Take 2)” director Taylor Yocom; “The Lineman” director Jay Shipman; “The Man and the Purple Door” director Amos Hernandez; “New Pool” director Scotty Villhard; “Peeping Tom” director Ben Manhanke; and “Untitled” director Eby Strauss-Barrett.
When a day job becomes an every-waking-moment job, Wallace reaches a melting point.
A depressed young man goes outside.
A simulation of a mental breakdown through sensory overload.
A music video of Cacodyl’s song “Caged Bird” is inspired by past and current events.
In a first-person nonfiction narrative, an artist revisits a video piece in which she tangoed in butter in homage to Maria Schneider in “Last Tango in Paris.”
Hearing a hypnotic tone traveling down a power line, a weary lineman falls asleep atop an electric pole and sees his life passing before his eyes.
A man enters through a mysterious purple door, changing his life forever.
A pool owner battles with one pesky leaf in a “man vs. nature” scenario reflective of our Covid-19 times.
A young woman accidentally becomes the next target of a black-gloved killer in a film inspired by the work of Dario Argento.
An experimental short in which serenity meets destruction.