DTLA Film Festival Shorts: Wonder Women

Short Films

Sat, Sep 23 - Mon, Jan 1

REGAL L.A. LIVE - Theater 12

1000 West Olympic , Los Angeles, CA 90015
Sep 23Jan 01

DTLA Film Festival Shorts: Wonder Women

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Female filmmakers directing female lead actors. Women rule the world. Women rule cinema. 

Total Running Time 96 minutes / 8 films


USA | Narrative | 2016 | 6 min.

Director: Charlotte Wells

Additional Credits: Writer: Charlotte Wells, Producer: Joy Jorgensen, Cinematographer: Gregory Oke

On a routine morning, a woman on a crowded New York City subway is sexually assaulted in plain sight.

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Netherlands | Narrative | 2016 | 22 min.

Director: Charlotte Scott-Wilson

Additional Credits: Writers: Marielot van der Slikke, Charlotte Scott-Wilson, Producer: Trent, Cinematographer: Lennart Verstegen

During an important concert one of the strings of Kyra’s cello comes lose. She gets a panic attack and gets stage fright for the first time. Kyra tries everything to loose the panic attacks and be able to play again in front of an audience.

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Wouter Jansen

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USA | Narrative | 2017 | 4 min.

Director: Julie Orser

Additional Credits: Animator: Julie Orser, Production Assistant: Araceli Figueroa 

One woman's absurdist struggle through the uncertain and frustrating path of infertility told in cutout animation.

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Julie Orser

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USA | Narrative | 2016 | 21 min.

Director: Shilpi Shikha Agrawal

Additional Credits: Writer: Shilpi Shikha Agrawal, Producer: Elena Aksenova, Cinematographer: Shilpi Shikha Agrawal

When a manual scavenger cannot continue her work, her 11-year-old daughter picks up where the mother left off.

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Shilpi Shikha Agrawal

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USA | Narrative | 2016 | 12 min.

Director: Anu Valia

Additional Credits: Writer: Anu Valia, Producer: Gabrielle Nadig, Cinematographer: Charlotte Hornsby 

After traveling hundreds of miles, a woman must wait another twenty-four hours before she can get an abortion.

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Anu Valia

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Australia | Narrative | 2016 | 11 min.

Director: Fiona Percival

Additional Credits: Writer: Gemma Pannell, Producer: Cathy Beitz

This film was made with over 1000 teenage girls via Facebook who shared stories about sexual assault.

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Fiona Percival

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Sweden  | Narrative | 2016 | 4 min.

Director: Nathalie Alvarez

Additional Credits: Writer: Nathalie Alvarez, Producer: Nathalie Alvarez

Sanna is forced to take care of her little brother when their mother is emotionally unavailable.

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Nathalie Alvarez

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Hungary | Narrative | 2016 | 16 min.

Director: Hajni Kis

Additional Credits: Writers: Hajni Kis, Dániel Daoud, Producer: Miklós Bosnyák, Cinematographer: Ákos Nyoszoli

A high-school cleaning lady falls in love with one of the female students in the school. Her love is impossible from the beginning, but she still decides to show her feelings.

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Gábor Osváth

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