Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028 Map
Thu, Jun 19, 2014
7:30pm

Short Film Programs 2014
Award-Winning Shorts From The Cinematographers Guild
The Emerging Cinematographer Awards, established by the International Cinematographers Guild, honor the 10 best short films selected from more than 100 submitted by members of the 7,000-strong union. The only proviso: The cinematographers on these films cannot yet be in the director of photography category - they are camera operators, camera assistants, etc.

Program begins at 7:30PM with a discussion with the cinematographers.

Films will screen at 8:00PM:
Eleven: Twelve” (12 min. Dir. Juan Barros; cinematographer: Eduardo Fierro). A man unwilling to come to terms with tragedy strays down the wrong path and onto the most unforeseen and inescapable of destinations.

Your Father’s Daughter” (15 min. Dir. Carlos Bernard; cinematographer: Guy Skinner). Domingo Santos is a pillar of his community until the day of his wedding anniversary, when a long-held secret threatens to drive his daughter away forever and shatter his family’s shiny veneer.

Vessel” (14 min. Dir. Clark Baker; cinematographer: Kyle Klütz). Midway through a Boston to San Francisco red-eye flight, passengers encounter an otherworldly force and are thrown into a fight for their lives.

140 Drams” (16 min. Dir. Oksana Mirzoyan; cinematographer: Mike Berlucchi). A young boy must make a difficult choice when he goes to the store by himself for the first time and the 140 drams his mother gives him for milk is not enough.

The Return” (10 min. Dir. Jeremy Mackie; cinematographer: T.J. Williams, Jr.). When a techie college grad gets a job with the maintenance crew at the Seattle Center, they endeavor to explain the work and its slightly spooky history.

The Secret Number” (15 min. Dir. Colin Levy; cinematographer: Michael Alden Lloyd). A psychiatrist is compelled by his patient, an obsessive mathematician, to consider the existence of a secret integer between three and four.

Memoirs of a Parapsychologist” (13 min. Dir. Andrew Papke; cinematographer: Camrin Petramale). On a bet, a student spends a week in a haunted house, thinking it will be easy tuition money - until the farmhouse awakens the demons of his tortured childhood.

King of Norway” (17 min. Dir. Sylvia Sether; cinematographer: VanNessa Y Manlunas). Liv Skaasguard had given up trying to make memories for a father who couldn’t remember her, until she learns that he’s dying and finds a way back to him.

120 min.
Egyptian Theatre • Thu, Jun 19, 2014 • 7:30pm

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