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Sunday, November 1 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
2015 UT Showcase

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Entropy (13 min)
Director: Nicole Geller

A story of survival: two guys are forced to team up to battle unpredictable obstacles after the apocalypse.

Her & Me (15 min)
Director: Shelby Hadden

Identical twins, Allie & Gabby, live identical lives.

Game Night (6 min)
Director: Joel Fendelman

A lonely taxi driver falls into a memory of his past after coming across a football field.

The Solitude of Memory (19 min)
Director: Juan Pablo González

José, Nando's father, remembers repeatedly the last words that he spoke to his son before he decided to take his own life. José then lives his days without him in a remarkably personal film, charged with poetry and introspection.

Kumite (1 min)
Director: Alec Rios

A new challenger takes on the master in a kumite fight.

From Tonga (13 min)
Director: Huay-Bing Law

A short doc about how a Tongan community helped make a high school football team one of the best in Texas.

Carne Seca (11 min)
Director: Jazmin Diaz

Brothers David and Oscar Juarez have until sunset in rural Mexico to turn a profit on their father’s business, or face the consequences of his belligerence.

The Warrior Within (7 min)
Director: Jacob White

A Vietnam vet explores how Tai Chi calms symptoms of PTSD.

Leaves on Trees (16 min)
Director: Nathan S. Duncan

Navigating a new neighborhood, new peers, and a new set of prescription glasses, Ira struggles to find his own.


The Undesired Place (26 min)
Director: Alvaro Torres Crespo

Men have been searching for gold in the rivers of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica for over sixty years. Thirty years ago, in the name of conservation, these men were expelled from the newly established Corcovado National Park. Modern-day pariahs, the gold-panners continue to move rocks and sift through sand as they try to survive in the rain forest.

Keith & Heath (10 min)
Director: Andy Young

Keith & Heath is the story of two identical twin brothers who are the best of friends, but when someone comes between them they must choose between staying together....or drifting apart. Also they're puppets.

Night Shift (18 min)
Director: Alison Boland

Members of the night shift custodial team in the Moody College of Communications building at UT Austin come from all over the world. They have built a tight-knit work family in the halls where students work and study. The film chronicles their life stories and situates their memories within the team's present-day work environment.

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Sunday November 1, 2015 1:00pm - 5:00pm CST
State Theatre

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