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Tuesday, November 3 • 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Shorts Program 6: The Kids Are Alright

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(TRT: 82 min)

Red Rover (Australia, 15 min)
Writer/Director: Brooke Goldfinch
Two teenagers from a remote religious community travel to town in search of shelter after being told by their Evangelical parents that an asteroid will soon destroy the earth.

18 (USA, 10)
Writer: Courtney Baron
Director: Michelle Bossy
Ingrid visits the therapist she's been seeing her entire adolescence on her 18th birthday to announce that she's done with therapy before heading out for a night on the town with her girlfriends.

My Brother is a Zombie (USA, 9 min)
Writer/Director: Russell Yaffe
Abigail's younger brother, Norman, is the most annoying brother in the world—plus, he's a zombie! When Abigail gets fed up with taking care of him, she makes a decision that could change their relationship forever.

Ruby Woo (USA, 14 min)
Writer/Director: Kendall McCory
Chrissa yearns for her boyfriend's affection, but when greed shifts his attention to her little sister, Chrissa's delusion of love sends her twisted world spiraling.

Sophie (China, 14 min)
Writers: Alle Hsu, Dominique Holmes
Director: Alle Hsu
Set in Kowloon, Hong Kong, 8-year-old Sophie Cheung is abandoned by her mother and forced to live and connect with her grandmother.

The Sister I Live With (USA, 6 min)
Writers: Christopher Winterbauer, Jessica Winterbauer
Director: Christopher Winterbauer
As her sister prepares to leave for college, Connie does her best to cope with the impending reality and a deepening crush on her piano teacher.

Swim Instructor (USA, 14 min)
Writer/Director: Dema Paxton Fofang
Lee, a swim instructor, must unexpectedly spend an evening with an abandoned student and help the boy find his parents’ whereabouts.

Tuesday November 3, 2015 1:00pm - 3:00pm CST
Galaxy Highland, screen 8

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