DTLA Film Festival Shorts: More Than Film

Short Films and Webseries

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DTLA Film Festival Shorts: More Than Film

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Total Running Time 64 minutes / 6 films


UCLAx | 11 min.

Director: Eva Merz

In 1945, a German ex-soldier has to overcome his reservations about the American troops, playing a puppet show in exchange for food for his family.

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USA | Narrative | 2016 | 5 min.

Director: Nicole Haran

Additional Credits: Writers: Nicole Haran, Maccabee Montandon, Producer: Theodora Dunlap, Cinematographer: Rudy Valdez

Fresh from a major tragedy, a downwardly mobile family of four—five if you count New Guy, the cat—is starting over in a borrowed, temporary home.

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Maccabee Montandon

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USA | Narrative | 2016 | 4 min.

Director: Joseph Bennet

Additional Credits: Writers: Sarah Silverman, Maria Bamford, Jon Peters, John Dimaggio, Producers: Dave Newberg, Mj Offen, Daniel Kellison, Mickey Meyer, Doug DeLuca

An animated series featuring comedians telling stories from their lives set to animation.

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Emily Ehlert

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UK | Narrative | 2017 | 3 min.

Director: Emily Seale-Jones

Additional Credits: Writer: Emily Seale-Jones, Producers: Emily Seale-Jones, Joshua Trigg, Cinematographer: Ralph Messer

Scatty, passionate, permanently broke, impulsive and accident-prone, the two girls lead each other in and out of a series of tight holes in which sometimes friendship and mutual support cause more problems than they solve.

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Emily Seale-Jones

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USA | Narrative | 2016 | 20 min.

Director: Brett Gursky

Additional Credits: Writers: Tanner Anderson, James Rabb, Producers: Tanner Anderson, Dan Kaplow, Will Simmons, Gilman Anderson, Cinematographer: Josh Silfen

An aspiring graffiti artist is thrust into the underbelly of Los Angeles street art, jeopardizing his career and relationships, all in an attempt to pursue his passion.

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Tanner Anderson

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Colombia | Documentary | 2015 | 21 min.

Director: Carolina Charry Quintero

Additional Credits: Writer: Carolina Charry Quintero, Producer: Carolina Charry Quintero, Cinematographer: Carolina Charry Quintero, Norbert Shieh 

Humanity and animality are enigmatically confronted and entwined. Combining rich high-contrast 16mm images with crisp digital color scenes, BLUA composes an uncanny entry into the relationship between human and animal existence. Unfolding like a tapestry, its montage complicates the relationship between observation and fiction. Reaching for equal beauty and strangeness, BLUA is an assertion of the uncanny, a cine-poetic philosophical speculation.

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