7:15 pm | $5 | 90 mins
Join us for an evening of shorts by a variety of filmmakers and an array of subjects. A Q&A with the directors follow the screening.
The evening features:
Meghan Finn and Michael Cassidy, 16 Words or Less (12:44)
Matt McCanna, Paradise (10:03)
Matt McCanna is a cinematographer with a passion for telling visual stories. He brings to every project the understanding that filmmaking has the ability to impact our perspective of humanity, and shape new realities.
Teresa Torchiano, Bienvendio (4:58)
Teresa is a director, editor, and cinematographer. She began her career in documentary film as the First Assistant Editor on the film Trouble the Water which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008.
Pam Kray, Six Degrees of High Plains Drifter (14:35)
Pam is a film/video artist and writer. She has exhibited in the United States and internationally through numerous solo screenings and festival participation and has collaborated artistically with film and video makers, audio composers, painters, sculptors, and dancers.
Hannah Corwin, Bugs Got Talent (4:23)
Hannah loves chocolate. She just graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2018 and wants to continue developing her art style and making characters come to life.
Sheila Dvorak, Vacation Bible Lemonade (13:41)
Sheila grew up in a family of musicians, singing 3 part harmonies with her sisters. After living in New York City and Los Angeles, she now calls Rosendale home, and her music and filmmaking features the beauty & power of family and harmony.
Andrew Porter, VHS Hero (3:11)
Andrew Porter is a documentary filmmaker and cinematographer from New York State. He enjoys working on everything from industrial videos to poetic award winning feature films. He gives his all to every project no matter how small or large. His first documentary film, “Bridge Music” has been screened around the country and has won several awards and accolades. Some companies Andrew worked with include Polaroid, HBO and The Jim Henson Company.
What counts as a short film?
There is no official consensus or definition for the length of a “short.” Any film shorter than 50 minutes qualifies as a short film for the Sundance Film Festival, while any film with a run-time under 40 minutes is eligible for the shorts categories at the Academy Awards.