Sundance Film Festival 2010 Art House Project Shorts
Nine of the best short films from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival
November 26, 28
December 1, 2
The Sundance Institute Art House Project unites select independent theatres to promote the growth and appreciation of cinema culture in local communities nation-wide.
A specially selected series of short films from the Sundance Film Festival is being presented exclusively at each of the Art House Project theaters.
The 2010 shorts program includes the following films:
ROB AND VALENTYNA IN SCOTLAND
A lost American travels with his long-lost Ukrainian cousin to the Highlands of Scotland. Honorable mention in Short Filmmaking.
(Eric Lynne, USA, 23min)
MY RABIT HOPPY
Henry’s show-and-tell school project about his pet rabbit goes horribly wrong. Florida Film Festival 2010 Opening Night Short!
(Anthony Lucas, Australia, 3min)
DRUNK HISTORY: DOUGLASS & LINCOLN
On March 22, Jen Kirkman drank two bottles of wine and then discussed a historical event. This Jury Prize winner in Short Filmmaking stars Will Ferrell, Don Cheadle, and Zooey Deschanel.
(Jeremy Konner, USA, 6min)
Sara loves her wife, Katarina. For her 40th birthday, Sara wants to surprise her wife, unaware that Katarina also has a surprise for this memorable day.
(Jenifer Malmqvist, Poland/Sweden, 18min)
Nigel recently had his wisdom teeth removed. The latest from the two-time Florida Film Festival Grand Jury Award winner (EVERYTHING WILL BE OK, I AM SO PROUD OF YOU).
(Don Hertzfeldt, USA, 5min)
An intimate look at one of New Orleans’s most colorful characters: the charismatic vegetable salesman Mr. Okra, who provides a glimpse into the soul of an American city.
(T.G. Herrington, USA, 12min)
Clarity often exists in the eyes of strangers. Honorable mention in Short Filmmaking.
(Ariel Kleiman, Australia, 7min)
THE SIX DOLLAR FIFTY MAN
Andy, a gutsy eight-year-old boy, is forced to break out of his make-believe superhero world to deal with playground bullies. Jury Prize in International Short Filmmaking.
(Mark Albiston and Louis Sutherland, New Zealand, 15min)
MY INVISIBLE FRIEND
With the arrival of Andy—his invisible friend—an extremely shy Tomas starts to realize how much better his life would be if he were able to communicate with the people around him.
(Pablo Larcuen, Spain, 14min)