Narrative Shorts: Marriage Stories
As a bookend to our opening-night film, SLIFF offers a closing-night collection of shorts that explore the good and the bad of married life.
For 40 minutes on Jan. 13, 2018, the fate of the world hung in the balance — and Larry and Penny's Hawaiian vacation was ruined.
A Syrian refugee in Lebanon teaches his wife how to drive his car, but the lesson takes a wrong turn into madness and nostalgia.
After Jack informs his wife that he's leaving her for another woman, he discovers that his girlfriend no longer wants to be with him.
A couple who has been spending every Sunday afternoon at the same lake since they met more than 40 years ago decides it's time to settle old scores.
The filmmaker recounts how her grandfather decided to marry his wife based solely on seeing her picture.
An estranged couple is brought back together for their daughter’s wedding.
Based on true events from early 1900s, "Jack and Anna" is a story of a young woman who was put on trial for cross-dressing and same-sex marriage.
A romance narrator for audiobooks wonders whether the lust-filled fantasies she brings to life are more satisfying than a loving marriage.
With "Isabel" director Matthew Murdoch and editor Alice Powell and "Jack and Anna" director Ksenia Ivanova and screenwriter Savannah Oakes.