Shorts #4: Eruption

Shorts #4: Eruption

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Shorts #4: Eruption

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When an eruption bursts forth, it breaks limits—often suddenly; often violently. The legendary Shorts Program Four is where the boundaries are pushed. It’s where the discomfort lies. Full of filmmakers destined to break the status quo, frantic to make you laugh or cry, to rethink your idea of what kind of stories can be told; the kind of stories that need to be told. Films that will take you to the edge of the cliff … and push you off.

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

ASMR for White Liberals

Directed by: John Connor Hammond

USA, 2020, 2m

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Liberal? White? Guilty as hell? I don’t know who needs to hear this … but it’s probably you.

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

Alone Again (Naturally)

Directed by: Diana Mantis

USA, 2021, 17m

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Emily is a young single girl looking for love. But a string of failed relationships has left her tested, both physically and mentally, in this seriocomic look at what it takes to keep dipping your toe in the dark waters of the dating pool.

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

In France Michelle is a Man’s Name

Directed by: Em A. Weinstein

USA, 2020, 13m

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Michael, a young trans man, returns home to the rural American West after years of estrangement from his parents in this powerful film that explores trans identity, masculinity, and the price we’re willing to pay for acceptance. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative Short at the 2021 Slamdance Film Festival.

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

Hard Work

Directed by: Julie Pacino

USA, 2020, 11m

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In this hilariously provocative new film from director Julie Pacino (daughter of Al Pacino), an assistant is tasked with the grunt work that comes with being a bottom-of-the-totem pole employee … on a porn set.

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

You Wouldn’t Understand

Directed by: Trish Harnetiaux

USA, 2020, 10m

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An idyllic picnic for one is upended after the arrival of a stranger who is looking for some spare horseradish sauce… Or is he?

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

Single

Directed by: Ashley Eakin

USA, 2020, 15m

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Kim, who is missing the lower portion of her right arm, gets set up to go on a blind date. When she finally meets Jake, she quickly realizes he also has a physical disability, and she is pissed.

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

Important Police Shit

Directed by: Andrew T. Betzer

USA, 2020, 12m

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A group of police cadets are mercilessly hazed as they suffer through the worst day of their training—their hell day.

Shorts #4: “Eruption”

I Love Your Guts

Directed by: David Janove

USA, 2020, 16m

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Two girls working the graveyard shift at a fast-food restaurant fend off a belligerent drunk guy while also confronting both their future and their friendship.