Narrative Shorts #3
- Shorts Programs
- 100 mins
With a focus on family and relationships, this collection of narrative short films centers in on the unbreakable bond between partner, parent, and confidant.
In this program
Directed by Trey Riley
It’s a Friday night in the summer of ‘98. For two teen girls, tonight is everything. Because tomorrow, it all changes.
Directed by Jarreau Carrillo
In Flatbush, Brooklyn, four friends are stuck in their car after it breaks down on the way to the beach on the last day of the summer.
Directed by Raffaello Degruttola
When his hero is unexpectedly imprisoned, young Ethan starts to see himself through the judgemental eyes of the local community. Carrying the weight of his father’s offenses, his security, identity, and right to freedom, are thrown into question. Ultimately, he must decide whether to follow in his father’s footsteps or carve out a path of his own.
Directed by Lisanne Sweere
BROTHER is a short film about the impact of psychosis on a family. Brothers Ivo (16) and Tom (18) are very close. One day Ivo notices that Tom is showing unusual behavior. His big brother, who he has always looked up to, is about to lose his mental sanity. When Tom’s behavior is becoming increasingly alarming, Ivo faces a difficult decision. Will he ever get his brother back?
Directed by Mat Johns
Rabia and Maddie, a pupil and teacher, form a friendship under the unlikeliest of circumstances.
Directed by Rodney Stringfellow
At a large family gathering after a funeral, an older woman confronts an awkward young man she doesn’t recognize. In order to reveal his identity, she forces him to use a haunted typewriter that will only type the truth.