Shorts #3: Ain’t No Sunshine

Shorts #3: Ain’t No Sunshine

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Shorts #3: Ain’t No Sunshine

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Finding the courage to leave is sometimes the hardest part. In this program, we explore many shades of escape. Trying to leave a prison, a societal class, a turbulent or abusive relationship, the sex talk with a priest, or perhaps a new house … which we know very well ain’t no home, anytime she goes away.

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

Please Hold

Directed by: Kristen “KD” Dávila

USA, 2020, 18m

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Set in a dystopic reality, a young man gets arrested by a drone and imprisoned with no knowledge of his charges.

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

Joining the Birds

Directed by: Carrie Carusone

USA, 2020, 9m

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A young woman spots her mother at a dance club and struggles to find a way to connect, in this meditative short from FSU filmmaker Carrie Carusone.

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

Together

Directed by: Brett Cramer

USA, 2021, 6m

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Before a couple gets married with a Catholic ceremony, they have to have “the talk” with the officiant priest.

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

Bind

Directed by: Inka K. Rusi

USA/Finland, 2021, 13m

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On a road trip with her father, a teenage girl contemplates a way to escape her despair.

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

Secret Base

Directed by: Lin Qiying

USA/China, 2020, 12m

In Mandarin and Chaoshan with English subtitles

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Two young boys form a friendship within the walls of a Chinese factory but are soon forced to recognize their differences in societal class.

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

Taffy

Directed by: Jon Bryant Crawford

USA, 2020, 5m

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Director Jon Crawford (“Dog Meet Goose,” FFF 2014; “Low Blows,” FFF 2016) returns with an exquisite tale of a photographer who snaps candid portraits as he listens to an older Black man reminisce about a past love.

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

Wichita

Directed by: Sergine Dumais

USA, 2020, 6m

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A woman must keep her husband occupied with talk of Wichita while she rushes home to conceal her indiscretions, featuring Jeremy Sisto (Clueless) and Maxim Roy (Shadowhunters).

Shorts #3: “Ain’t No Sunshine”

You’re Family Now

Directed by: Ryan Mack

USA, 2021, 20m

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On the way to claim his ancestral home, a man divulges a family secret to his bride.