Monthly short film screening series, presented by Indie Memphis & Crosstown Arts.
This month: Hometowner IndieGrant Shorts
Encore presentation of seven Memphis short films supported by Indie Memphis’ IndieGrants program.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m./Screening begins at 7 p.m. Admission is pay-what-you-can.
IndieGrants Sponsors: Mark Jones, Firefly Grip & Electric, LensRentals, Music + Arts Studio
Venue Sponsor: Sullivan Branding
DEATH$ IN A $MALL TOWN | by Mark Jones | 06:52
A mayor has a unique way to revive the fortunes of his small town that had been losing citizens, businesses, and tourists prior to his taking office.
RETURNS | by Joseph Carr | 13:00
A team of booksellers seek meaning during a late-night shift at their struggling, independent bookstore.
ON SUFFERINGS OF THE WORLD | by JEBA | 04:35
A photographer and model experience ennui, obsession, and romance set to a reading of German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer.
BROKE DICK DOG | by GB Shannon | 12:00
Three newly acquainted brothers track down the absent and unapologetic father whom they’ve never met.
SILVER ELVES | by Morgan Jon Fox | 07:40
A 20-year-old Memphis college student leaves his apartment at 7 a.m. on a Friday morning and is never seen again.
DIRTY MONEY | by Jonas Schubach | 07:34
A poor janitor finds a mysterious bag of money while cleaning a men’s restroom in a mall. When he leaves the scene in panic, another man makes the wrong decision in his place.
HOW TO SKIN A CAT | by Laura Jean Hocking and C Scott McCoy | 18:58
Two couples embark on an ill-advised road trip.
CARBIKE | by Sarah Fleming | 11:48
An Asian couple take a journey throughout the city of Memphis in a peculiar vehicle — a carbike. Hiro and Liliko arrive in Memphis to visit friends and tour the city. They discover the carbike in their host’s garage and decide to take a ride, visiting some of Memphis’s hidden landscapes.