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Drive-In: Narrative Shorts #1
August 24, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 10:09 pm
Narrative Shorts #1
Run Time: 2 hours, 9 minutes
Part of our Opening Night Extravaganza
Sponsored by Kinetic
Monday, August 24th at 8:00pm
Pricing (Per Car):
1 Person Car- $15
2 Person Car – $26
3 Person Car – $35
4 Person Car – $42
5+ Person Car – $47
Location: Grand River Drive-In
6200 Grand River Blvd E
Leeds, AL 35094
Dir. Matthew Bonifacio
A celebrity acting coach is interrupted by an unknown actor begging for her help for a TV audition.
Dir. Chris Beier
A man witnesses something he shouldn’t.
His & Herzog
Narrative Short – Alabama
Dir. Gates Bradley
They say the key to any lasting relationship is communication, but what do you do when your spouse speaks only in the voice of eccentric German filmmaker Werner Herzog?
Karaoke Machine In 1991
Narrative Short – Alabama
Dir. Paw Paw Charles
A karaoke machine on December 23, 1991.
Narrative Short – Student
Dir. Chris Foito
A mother tries to reconnect with her son across memories, missed calls, modern distractions, and the distance of neglected relationships.
Narrative Short – Black Lens
Dirs. Nicolas Polixene, Sylvain Loubet dit Gajol
Frustrated by the lack of opportunities for black people in France, Mickael has been living in the United States for the past 5 years. Proud of his success, he invites his little brother to Chicago to convince him to try his luck here.
Narrative Short – Alabama, 2020 Quarantine Scramble Jury Winner
Dir. Mike Hayhurst
Evie’s Youtube channel has great tips for any (evil) stepmom. Tune in for her special cocktail recipe!
Narrative Short – Alabama, Student, Scramble
Dir. Sam Thigpen
A young man about to go on a date is in pursuit of his keys he accidentally locked in his house.
After The Show
Dir. Joel Fendelman, Sandra Bertalanffy
A digital docu-fiction series about performers and what happens after the show.
Narrative Short – Alabama, Quarantine Scramble
Dir. Lily Siegel
Where’s the knife?
Dir. Christina Raia
Two coworkers contemplate the aftermath of an encounter.
The Summer I Came of Age
Narrative Short – Alabama, Silly Scramble
Dir. Fletcher Ash
A young man goes on a quest to finally blossom on the last day of summer.
Lake of Happiness
Dir. Aliaksei Paluyan
In a small Belarusian village where time seems to stand still, Jasja, a 9-year-old girl, has to deal with her mother‘s death. Her father decides to send her to an orphanage, but one day she runs away to go back home.
**This will be a socially distanced event, and we will be honoring all regulations put forth by our local and state governments and public health officials. You should come to the event only with the people you’ve been “safer at home” with, wear face coverings when visiting restrooms, and follow all safety and security guidelines (see your confirmation email for more information).