Friday, October 19th
Friday Evening Session Doors 5:00 show 5:30pm
The Museum of Prophecy
Emilie Slater & Chris Norcross
Super 8, 35mm still
At 65°49'20.7"N 20°18'12.9"W, nestled in the rocky shores of northern Iceland, right along freezing waters of the Greenland Sea, sits a small museum dedicated to Þórdís the fortune-teller named The Museum of Prophecy. Filmed over several months, filmmaker Emilie Slater delicately explores unseen truths and hidden narratives most would ignore as fiction.
My Parents are on Tinder
Sean Parker, Austin Hillebrecht &
Portland, Oregon, USA
Smoke weed everyday and try to get used to the ‘rents sticking and gettin’ stuck. This local comedy mixes solid humor with killer acting and editing to make sweet little giggle party. Pull up a bouncy castle and keep swiping.
Jachen Mackner & Marit Schmidt
Langley, Washington, USA
Having trouble with the world around you? Why do strangers want to shake hands? Don’t worry, sometimes help floats your way on the wind. Listen and do as the elders do and you will land on your feet. Local filmmaker Jachen Mackner takes us from bored to enlightened in this impulsive comedy.
Tell Us About What Happened That November
Our perceptions of reality come into question filmmaker Jillian Musielak drags us through a sticky wicket of modern digital love by way of dreamy cinematic escapism. Tell Us About What Happened Last November creates new worth xxxx….
Land of the Free
Alissa Brasington, Liam Campbell, Brian Cawley, Lakota Dodging Horse, Ken Egu, C. Leigh Goldsmith, Haley Hudkins, Hannah Kreiswirth, Kaitlyn Leewing, Sequoyah Madison, Molly Murphy, Patrice Pinardo, & Chenglin Xie
Los Angeles, CA, USA
How can we be free when we have failed a Union? How can we be free when people are still divided and marginalized? Perhaps a group of USC students can help us to find our freedom.
Under The Weather
Brooklyn, NY, USA
I don’t want the climate to change, but i love all my stuff. Miriam Weiner helps us examine late stage capitalism and no matter what we do we are going to die.
Out of Gas
Bainbridge Island, WA
Filmed on a wind up Bolex in 1974 during the height of the 70’s gas shortage, Out of Gas is a rare glimpse of Unknown filmmaking from days past.
Thou Shall Not Tailgate
Greg Hamilton & Ira Flowers
Portland, OR, USA
Probably the most well known film of 2018, Thou Shall Not Tailgate is a local tale about one man’s quirk amid a world of conformity. A film that took 27 years to complete, maker Greg Hamilton examines how the world changes but people stay the same.