Sundance Institute Art House Project - 2011 Shorts Program
A collection of short films from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
THE EAGLEMAN STAG
If you repeat the word “fly” long enough, it sounds like “life.” This does not help Peter.
(Mikey Please, UK, 9 min)
THE STRANGE ONES
A man and a boy, traveling to an unknown destination, find respite in a motel swimming pool. On the surface all seems normal, but nothing is quite what it seems to be.
(Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein, USA, 14 min)
INCIDENT BY A BANK
A detailed and humorous account of a failed bank robbery.
(Ruben Östlund, Sweden, 12 min)
A comedy about a female misanthrope who gets herself stuck in a full body girdle.
(Lake Bell, USA, 13 min)
THE HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE
Trevor drops his camera from Edmonton’s High Level Bridge in memory of those who have jumped.
(Trevor Anderson, Canada, 5 min)
Rusty has to find a new place to live with his wife and teenage American alligator, Chopper.
(Zachary Treitz, USA, 13 min)
DEEPER THAN YESTERDAY
After three months underwater in a submarine, crew members have become savages. Oleg fears that losing his perspective may mean losing himself.
(Ariel Kleinman, Australia, 20 min)
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- 86 mins