- Manhattan Short Film Festival
October 4, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Friday October 4
Starts at 7pm
Doors open at 6:30pm
$15 at http://durangofilm.org
Join us for the 2019 MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival.
This Oscar® qualifying global film festival unites over 100,000 film lovers in over 400 cities who gather in Cinemas, Museums and Universities for one purpose…to view and vote on the Finalist’s Films in the 22nd Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival.
Nefta Football Club
Directed by: Yves Piat
In Tunisia, two football-loving, young brothers find a donkey lost in the middle of the desert on the border with Algeria. But why is the animal wearing headphones over its ears?
Directed by: Julio Ramos
After a disastrous event on his construction site, Armando acts quickly to save his crew, but instead stumbles upon an unspeakable truth. Debris is an intense and visceral glimpse of the grim world of human labor trafficking.
Directed by: Marziyeh Riahi
Local laws say Bahareh’s husband must accompany her to driving lessons so she and her instructor will not be alone, a task made more complicated when the two men don’t get along.
Directed by: Alysse Leite-Rogers
A waitress at an upscale restaurant reaches her tipping point with a table of difficult customers and concocts a special dish of revenge.
Directed by: Richard Prendergast
Our love affair with the automobile means that a car can feel like it is part of the family. Sometimes it’s more than that.
Directed by: Pia Andell
Two middle-aged women turn a friendly game of tennis into an intense competition but stand united at the end of the match when they discover one thing in common.
Directed by: Adi Wojaczek
Rejected by a famed dance school, Malou gets a chance to prove that she’s destined for a career as a dancer despite the odds seemingly stacked against her.
This Time Away
Directed by: Magali Barbe
An elderly man lives as a recluse, haunted by his past and memory of the family he once had, until a non-human visitor arrives and disrupts his isolation.
A Family Affair
Directed by: Florence Keith-Roach
When Annabelle wakes up alone in a stranger’s bedroom on her 30th birthday, she thinks the day cannot get any worse. But then Bernard walks in and he is not the man of her dreams.
At The End Of The World
Directed by: Fon Davis
In an apocalyptic future, a lonely government worker finds solace with a soldier during the last World War. But their future together is threatened when the soldier is sent back into battle.