Admission is $25 for the entire night
8 films in all
Call 361-570-8587 for tickets
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Starting @ 7:00 PM on Thursday, March 22nd, 2012. (preceded by short film, Tumbleweed)
Directed by Thomas Burstyn.
Q&A With Peter and his son Llewelyn, who have traveled from New Zealand.
Opening Festival Film!
Feature Length Documentary.
Peter Karena and his family are now homeless, and we watch as Peter steers his family toward a new way of living and being. Regardless of their hardships, the Karenas manage to never lose sight of the magic in the everyday.
Directed by Jared Varava
The true and historically accurate tale of one tumbleweed that did not tumble.
Shorts Block 1: Southern Gothic Short Films
Program begins @ 9:30 PM on Thursday, March 22nd, 2012.
Event Hosted by Christine Elise McCarthy.
Q & A after the program with the directors of Pillow.
Directed by Jon Bryant Crawford.
Emmit, a door-to-door Bible salesman, pays penitence by putting gravel in his shoes. Along his route, he meets a series of quirky characters that lead him to a new way of celebrating faith.
Directed by Daniel Cambell.
Set in the 1950s about a timid orderly, Norville, that finds himself late for his first day of work and his first assignment: transporting two psychiatric patients to another facility five hours away, with only three hours to get them there.
Directed by Brian Stafford.
Frank Gross seems to be a man who has it all: a quiet home in the suburbs, a good job, a daughter that loves him. Then, on a day much like today, there comes a knock at the door and his orderly world slides sideways into the darkness beyond what we know.
Directed by Christopher Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein.
At first all seems normal for two travelers who stop at a motel, but the ordinary situation presented is stripped away in order to offer a brief glimpse of a complicated, dangerous, and secret world lurking beneath the surface.
Starring: Michael Maize
Directed By: Adrian Salpeter
Synopsis: Caught in the perils of love, a man terminates his relationship once and for all.
Q&A with Michael Maize follows the program.
Directed by Joshua H. Miller & Miles B. Miller.
Q&A after the film with Pillow directors.
A Southern Gothic tale of two brothers who go to desperate measures to please their overbearing mother.
Q&A with Joshua and Miles Miller following the program.