Shorts #2: “Reverberation”

Shorts #2: “Reverberation”

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Shorts #2: “Reverberation”

A reverberation can be a repercussion or a resonance. Sometimes this rumble can come from a rogue vibrator on the Sabbath, the unexpected abundance of toy blocks from one’s own throat, or the fear that grips us as we walk home alone at night, but everything in our lives has a ripple effect.

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

Ava’s Dating a Senior

Directed by: Frederic Da

USA, 2020, 15m

Blurring the line between documentary and fiction, this iPhone-shot short film offers a peek inside the world of high school drama.

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

Dear Dear Diary

Directed by: Yurun Cao

USA, 2020, 11m

In English and Korean with English Subtitles

A young Korean-American woman, with an uncomfortably close relationship with her mother, struggles to make friends at her high school.

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

The Shabbos Goy

Directed by: Talia Osteen

USA, 2019, 7m

God literally forbids her to turn off a vibrator gone rogue, so an Orthodox Jew sets out on a quest to find someone who can.

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

The Three Men You Meet At Night

Directed by: Beck Kitsis

USA, 2020, 13m

A young woman walking home from a party encounters three different types of men. Whom can she trust?

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

I Know Her

Directed by: Fawzia Mirza

USA, 2019, 3m

Lying in bed together as new romantic partners, two women discuss their mutual social circles and how close they really are.

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

Fort Irwin

Directed by: Quinn Else

USA, 2019, 11m

To confront his past trauma, a military veteran acts in a hyper-realistic military simulation.

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

Blocks

Directed by: Bridget Moloney

USA, 2020, 11m

An existential comedy about the mother of two young children who begins to spontaneously vomit toy blocks.

Shorts #2: "Reverberation"

The Hour After Westerly

Directed by: Nate Bell and Andrew Morehouse

USA, 2019, 25m

A man (Peter Jacobson) nods off at the wheel, wakes up a full hour later with no memory of what happened to him, and finds himself presented with a tantalizing mystery. Why does he start having visions of a lighthouse, a row of cottages, and a beautiful woman (Shannyn Sossamon) he’s never met before?