Sunday, Sep 28th, 2008 - 4:00 PM
|Advance (Online)||Price||Door Sales||Price|
|Senior 65+/ Students||$5||Senior 65+/ Students||$6|
|Group (min 6 tickets)||$5|
Even in this modern digital world, nothing hurts, influences and astonishes like the pushes and punches from another person. Mano-a-Mano presents wildly different views of people pushing people and the resulting ripples around them. The result is expectedly funny and sad, but also sometimes plain bizarre, and you'll have to see for yourself why.
Filmmakers in attendance
Directed by Vijay Mathew
Running Time: 14 minutes
A young woman is faced with the obstacle of trying to woo her lover to bed. Hilarious and unexpected; if you’ve dated and think you’ve heard it all, trust us, you haven’t heard this one.
Directed by David Quion
Running Time: 3 minutes
When his computer short-circuits one day, office rat Johnny is mutated into a malevolent planet-blasting supervillain: The Bastard. This hilarious animated short both celebrates and spurns the comic superhero formula.
Directed by Bum Lee
Running Time: 5 minutes
Set to the music of Erik Satie, Sports and Diversions presents several elegant and lighthearted visualizations of the famed French composer’s pieces.
Directed by J Kim
Running Time: 15 minutes
A casual game of 1 on 1 basketball ends up being a battleground where two friends attempt to air their grievances.
Directed by Jeff Chiba Stearns
Running Time: 6 minutes
In a tale animated entirely with hand-drawn sketches on yellow sticky notes, filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns hypnotizes with a creative display of recent events in his life and moments that have influenced him.
Directed by Sylvia Schedelbauer
Running Time: 5 minutes
Haunting music. Repeated images. What is happening? Memory and projection intersect…the dread this experimental film evokes is overwhelming.
Directed by Jae-Ho Chang
Running Time: 18 minutes
Love to Hate, Hate to Love is a glaringly honest examination into the lives of Herb and Erica, a seemingly mismatched couple whose extreme eccentricities volley the two back and forth across the line between love and hate.
Directed by Aaron Wilson
Running Time: 8 minutes
Filled with gorgeous imagery to tell the story, Feng paints the lonesome portrait of an Australian man and Singaporean woman once connected by war, but now living separate lives steeped in reflection.
Directed by Bao Tran
Running Time: 19 minutes
The title character in this soulful, noir throwback to the speakeasy era, “takes bets, not risks.” By role a sideline observer, he never gets involved …except maybe just this once.