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Sunday, November 1 • 8:15pm - 10:15pm
Shorts Program 10: Everything's Shorter in Texas

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(TRT: 94 min)

Night Shift (USA, 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.

Delivery (USA, 12 min)
Writer/Directors: Michael Roberson, Joseph Middleton
Stuck on a night from 16 years ago, an anxious shut-in has a plan to give herself a second chance with someone from her past.

Klan on Trial: How Dan Moody Broke the Back of the KKK in Texas (USA, 24 min)
Writers: Chet Garner, Emily Treadway
Director: Chet Garner
In 1923, at the height of the KKK's power in Texas, one community chose to stand up to the KKK's vigilante justice, convicting its members and sentencing them to prison for the first time in US history.

Promise Me (USA, 9 min)
Writer/Director: Kevin Machate
A man must say goodbye to his mother, who is now at the end of her life.

Auction (USA, 8 min)
Director: Joel Fendelman
In the small town of Gonzales, Texas, a cattle auction serves as the cultural focal point, bringing everyone together and carrying the community’s heritage.

Central Texas Barbecue (Australia, 13 min)
Director: Matthew Salleh
Pitmasters of central Texas barbecue joints offer perspective on a world that is uniquely American.

20 Somethings (USA, 10 min)
Writers/Directors: Will Bakke, Michael Allen
An antisocial 20-something must escape hipster conversations in order to meet a beautiful girl before she leaves the party without him.

Sunday November 1, 2015 8:15pm - 10:15pm CST
Alamo Drafthouse Village presented by Sprint

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