January 18, 2020 7:00 pm
7 Highfield Drive, Falmouth, MA
Don’t miss the Woods Hole Film Festival’s first Film Falmouth event of 2020 on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 7 pm at Falmouth Academy. WINTER SHORTS!
Think it’s too cold for shorts? NONSENSE!
Here are 11 inspirational, funny – and maybe a little quirky – short films that are sure to keep you feeling warm and happy on a cold, January evening. These award-winners and audience favorites from first-time filmmakers like Evan Friesen (Once More, From The Top) to renowned directors like Marshall Curry (The Neighbors’ Window) have entertained and captivated audiences at WHFF and across the country throughout 2019. Don’t miss your last chance to see them all in one night at WINTER SHORTS. (96 min.)
ONCE MORE, FROM THE TOP
Mark pauses and rewinds time over and over again to try and give the right answer to his girlfriend’s question.
Evan Friesen, Canada, 2018, 6 mins.
DANNY’S SUPER 8
A look into the work of underground filmmaker Danny Plotnick and his love for Super 8 film.
Alex Rodriques & Colin Russell, USA, 2018, 4 mins.
Games of Thrones meets Candyland in this animated short about the people of the Gingerbread kingdom rising up to destroy the tasty tyrants in their candy cane thrones.
Kurtis Theorin & Kris Theorin, USA, 2018, 2 mins.
Offended by his kidnappers’ low demands, a university professor uses basic economics to increase his ransom and get in on the action.
The Bragg Brothers, USA, 2019, 11 mins.
On the day of a regional Irish dancing competition, an Irish couple struggle to cope with their child’s gender identity.
Sarah-Jane Drummey, Ireland, 2019, 12 mins.
TRUMP BITES: TRUMP & PUTIN: A LOVE STORY
Mr. Trump’s not-so-secret admiration for President Vladimir Putin of Russia plays out in a teenager’s bedroom, where the fantasies of this forbidden romance come to life.
David C. Roberts & Billy Shebar & Bill Plympton, USA, 2018, 2 mins.
UNTITLED GROPING REVENGE FAIRYTALE
A witch pitches a tent on the edge of a forest and starts to collect men.
Catherine Bisley, New Zealand, 2017, 9 mins.
A hopeless romantic discovers an unlikely intruder and finds love at first fight.
Justin & Kristin Schaack, USA, 2018, 4 mins.
An old barbarian and his talking horse embark on a suicidal quest to battle a bridge troll.
Daniel Knight, Australia, 2019, 16mins.
A frazzled young woman prepares to take the hardest test in the world with everything on the line.
Mark Ward, USA, 2019, 10 mins.
THE NEIGHBORS’ WINDOW
A middle-aged woman with small children finds her life shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street.
Marshall Curry, USA, 2018, 20 mins.
ABOUT FILM FALMOUTH
Now in its fifth year, Film Falmouth is a monthly series of independent film presented by the Woods Hole Film Festival at Falmouth Academy. Screenings are held at Falmouth Academy in Morse Hall and the Simon Center for the Arts, located at 7 Highfield Drive, Falmouth.
TICKETS & INFO
Tickets are $14 per person, $12, for members, $10 for students and veterans and are available online or at the door of Falmouth Academy. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. For more information about the Woods Hole Film Festival, visit www.woodsholefilmfestival.org or call (508) 495-3456. Note: Screening may be postponed due to snow.