4 short fiction films from 4 continents.
Your ticket includes lunch. Come up to the Loraine B Goode room on the 2nd floor of BCA, grab your sandwich and drink, sit down and watch the films.
The Lunchtime Shorts Series is sponsored in part by Middlebury College
Program curated by: Orly Yadin
Directors: Martin Briggs-Watson & Andrew William Robb
USA | 2012 | Fiction | 11 minutes
Shot without dialogue, Cook Book is a short comedy about the hazards of cooking a romantic meal.
La Hija (The Daughter)
Director: Jazmin Rada
Spain, Argentina | 2012 | Fiction | Spanish w/English subtitles | 5 minutes
Challenging her father’s excuses not to play, Fatima uses her imagination and special balloons.
Directors: Sam Holst
New Zealand | 2013 | Fiction | 11 minutes
Michael is a seventeen year-old kid who gets a job at the local meat works. The place is challenging and his fellow workers aren’t exactly welcoming of new blood. It soon becomes clear that this day isn’t going to be about just trying to fit in.
The Mass of Men
Director: Jan Bednarz
UK | 2013 | Fiction | 17 minutes
Inspired by the events surrounding the London Riots in 2011 and the subsequent infamous speech made by Prime Minister David Cameron, The Mass of Men gives harsh insight into the dangers of repression, disillusionment and apathy.GET TICKETS