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Friday, November 11 • 10:00pm - 11:30pm
SHORT BLOCK: Seth Rogan & Wes Anderson Had a Baby (Quirky Shorts)

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SHORT BLOCK: Seth Rogan & Wes Anderson Had a Baby (Quirky Shorts)

The title says it all. If Wes Anderson and Seth Rogan had a baby, that child would direct these shorts. They are quirky, funny,  and in some cases creepy, but are sure to brighten even the worst of days. 

First Like | Sweden | Horror | Alexander Rönnberg | 3 min | Texas Premiere

The first to like is the first to die. Do you dare to be the first to press like…?

Trailer | IMDb

Twinsburg | USA | Comedy | Joe Garrity | 16 min | Texas Premiere

Jerry, sentimental about his fading twin identity, reunites with his reluctant brother Paul for a weekend of revelry at the world’s largest congregation of twins.
Trailer | IMDb | Website | Facebook | Twitter

Valet | USA | Comedy | Kurtis Tautscher | 9 min | World Premiere

Allen, a rich hotel owner, gives his selfish and arrogant son, Frank, an ultimatum: work valet for the hotel or get cut off. Angry with his father, Frank decides to make a statement. His plan? Steal two of his father’s prized cars. (Student Film)

Moo | Australia | Comedy | Samuel Hunter Galloway | 11 min | Texas Premiere

A painter is confronted with the decision between what makes her happy and the acceptance of her peers.
Trailer | IMDb | Facebook

Arcade | Australia | Comedy | Megan Chambers | 11 min | North Texas Premiere

Maggie is stuck in a dead-end job, supervising a run-down arcade. She's an avid reader of how-to books, but struggles to put theory into action. On a fateful bus trip she meets Ferdinand, a free-spirited and eccentric retiree, who teaches her that there's no how-to book for life. (Student Film)

Switch | Canada | Drama | Max Machado | 1 min | Texas Premiere

It’s late and Nick is reading in bed. His night lamp flickers in a strange way. He turns the lamp off, only to turn it back on and find himself in another room. That's just the start of a long and weird night.
IMDb | Facebook

HBD Mom | USA | Comedy | Michael DeMinico | 6 min | Texas Premiere

Based on a true story, HBD MOM is the story of Shane-O, a thirty-five year old Hungarian Puli owner who is about to pick-up his mother for her birthday. Comedy and tragedy ensue as he accidentally doses himself with LSD during the preparation.

The Lipinski | USA | Comedy | Nate Townsend | 13 min | Texas Premiere

For one night only, the insufferably wealthy George Walnut has the Lipinski Stradivarius on lease from the St. Louis Art Museum. In celebration, he has opened his doors to an exclusive gathering of the social elite. However, unbeknownst to George, three nefarious guests with their eyes on the violin have been preparing for years, waiting for this opportunity
Trailer | IMDb | Website | Facebook | Twitter

Twisted | Australia | Comedy | Stuart Bowen | 6 min | Texas Premiere

School reunions are strange for anyone, but especially our socially awkward hero. When the girl of his Middle School dreams makes her appearance known, he will stop at nothing to win her over...even if it means going into a unique and totally bonkers balloon battle with his old bully and school nemesis one last time.
Trailer | Facebook

Hummingbird & Crane | USA | Comedy | Veronica Rodriguez | 13 min | Texas Premiere

In Santa Fe, New Mexico, the first event of the 54th World Series of Youth Birding, Bird Call Replication, takes place. Underdog Dorrie Davis plans to dethrone reigning champion Heidi Hammerstein. Humiliated in the first round, Davis considers quitting but is reignited by her teammate and best friend, Olivia, to get back in there and prove all the naysayers wrong. 
IMDb | Website | Facebook 

Q&A Following with Filmmakers in Attendance 

Individual ticket: $10 at the door (Cash or Credit)
All-Access Badge holders have priority access into the auditorium
Seating capacity: 83
*screening time & date subject to change  

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Matt Ward

Programmer, Lone Star Film Festival
I am a second year programmer for the Lone Star Film Festival as well as a programmer for the Hill Country Film Festival in Fredericksburg. Additionally, I serve as film critic for the Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post and write reviews online at cinematicconsiderations.com.


Pam Covington

Producer/Co-Writer, Kestrel Pictures
Pam Covington was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She appeared in her first professional stage production at age 11 as Scout in The Dallas Children's Theater production of To Kill a Mockingbird. While attending the Hockaday School, she starred in 8 other productions at DCT including The... Read More →

Michael DeMinico

Michael DeMinico is a filmmaker, editor, producer, musician and educator based in Brooklyn, NY.  For Michael's latest project, he has spent the last five years documenting Rolf Schulz, the eccentric owner and creator of the Mundo King Castle in Sosua, Dominican Republic. Rolf is... Read More →

Jillian Mock

Jillian Mock is known for her work on Hummingbird & Crane (2016)

Friday November 11, 2016 10:00pm - 11:30pm CST
AMC Palace 9 - Theater 2 220 E 3rd St, Fort Worth, TX 76102