Local Shorts by L.A. Directors, Plus In-Person Discussion With Filmmakers
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The last date listed for Local Shorts was Wednesday July 10, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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The ultimate nighttime outdoor hangout, Eat See Hear Movies combines popular films with live indie bands and some of the city's most famous food trucks. Get a group of friends together for a laid-back night under the stars in beautiful Griffith Park, where you can catch some of the hottest up-and-coming bands. Bring your appetite, because you'll be able to find the city's best food trucks all in one place. Featuring delicious and inventive cuisine from around the world, L.A.'s food trucks inspire legions of Twitter followers. Then, settle in on the lawn and get ready to quote along with the summer-long lineup of favorite movies. See the full event description for a schedule of bands and films. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
Watch _Cadaver_’s trailer.
Jonah Ansell’s Cadaver: Kathy Bates and Christopher Lloyd lend their voices to this amusing animated tale. Be careful what you wish for. (7 minutes)
Stephen Soucy’s Slant: Lovely, Palm Springs-set story of Emily Dickinson’s poems helping two men find a meaningful connection. (14 minutes)
Einar Baldvin’s Baboon: By all accounts, it was a bad day to punch a clown in the head. (3 minutes)
Kari Barber’s The Fifth Horseman: Powerful drama about one soldier’s attempt to stop medical experimentation on prisoners of war in Japan during World War II. (32 minutes)
Mark Columbus’ Battle of the Jazz Guitarist: An inventive, probing look at a son’s relationship with his Fijian, jazz guitarist father. A finalist for the Student Academy Awards 2013. (7 minutes)
Braden Duemmler’s Mimic: In an abandoned motel, a man is forced to face his darkest demons when he discovers a television that can see 15 seconds into the future. (15 minutes)
Diana Ling’s The Shopgirl: A female comic-store clerk has to make a choice between two boys. (4 minutes)
Discussion follows with Jonah Ansell, Stephen Soucy, Einar Baldvin, David Shipko (producer, The Fifth Horseman), Mark Columbus and Braden Duemmler.
About the Ticket Supplier: American Cinematheque
The American Cinematheque is a non-profit, viewer-supported cultural organization dedicated exclusively to the public presentation of the Moving Picture in all its forms. The Cinematheque presents the best of film and video – ranging form the classics to the outer frontiers of the art form.