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Crazy Right

Directed by Ian Fowler

With the tragic death of his wife looming heavily upon him, alcoholic artist Paul Taylor sets out to sell everything

Struggles to Connect: Short Films by Jason Rosenblatt

Directed by Jason Rosenblatt

Portland filmmaker Jason Rosenblatt, in addition to his features Vicious (2016) and the forthcoming Intersection (2018), has a body of

That Sucks

Directed by Chloe Fontenot

From independent entry. Constrained by the boredom orchestrated by summer, two teenage girls might have found the solution to their

Removed

Directed by Kevin Forrest

In the deep Northwest woods, a young couple ventures down a winding road to find tranquility from life’s hustle and

Me and My Brother

Directed by Robert Frank

In Frank’s first feature-length film, documentary footage of poets Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, and Peter’s brother Julius are inserted in

Takeout

Directed by Claire Kilkenny, Rachel Warsaw, Brendan Hickey

From Ballard High School. Expert assassin Bruce Viper stalks his newest target Oswaldo Mcgee on a late rainy night in

The Watchman’s Canoe

Directed by Barri Chase

In 1969, Jett, a girl of mixed Caucasian and indigenous descent, is forced to move with her mother and brother

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Keep Busy, Canada

Directed by Robert Frank, Rudy Wurlitzer

A spontaneous, improvised story about a group of people living on an island off Nova Scotia. Obsessed with daily aspects

(Dis)/Connect: The Short Films of Shilpa Sunthankar

Directed by Shilpa Sunthankar

Shilpa Sunthankar is a screenwriter, director, and producer with an affinity for stories about different cultures in coexistence, thanks to

Never Steady, Never Still

Directed by Kathleen Hepburn

Life on Judy's remote lakefront property has always been lonely, but beautiful. The sudden death of her husband throws her

Energy and How to Get It

Directed by Robert Frank, Rudy Wurlitzer, Gary Hill

What began as a documentary film about Robert Golka, an engineer who was experimenting with ball lightening and the development

Lane 1974

Directed by SJ Chiro

Based on Clane Hayward’s memoir “The Hypocrisy of Disco,” Lane 1974 tells the true coming-of-age survival story of 13-year-old Lane,