Mudfest: Australian Short Film Program and Wine Tasting
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The last date listed for Mudfest: Australian Short Film Program & Wine Tasting was Tuesday January 17, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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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 the film schedule. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
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Janine Burns’ Ray (2004, 9 min), where John Wayne figures prominently in a story about a boy and a garbage collector in a small town.
Gary Sofarelli’s Beyond (2010, 6 min), a dreamy, deep film set in a swimming pool.
Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan’s The Lost Thing (2010, 14 min), in which a boy discovers a strange creature on a beach.
Heath Davis’ Bee Sting (2010, 14 min), about complicated love at the age of 9.
Nash Edgerton’s Spider (2007, 10 min), in which a man’s practical joke on his girlfriend has tragic consequences.
Dustin Feneley’s Snow (2005, 15 min), about a boy’s first realization of death.
Genevieve Clay’s Be My Brother (2009, 7 min), a tale proving that disabilities are not always a detriment.
Stuart Parkyn’s Jerrycan (2008, 12 min), in which a boy and his mates make life-and-death decisions in rural Australia.
Thomas Turley’s Pension Day (2007, 5 min), featuring a main character having not the best day/
Loosie Craig’s Mavis (2006, 5 min), a funny tale of awards won and regrets.
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