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Microcinema Club

6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Crosstown Arts
430 N Cleveland
Memphis, TN 38104 United States

Presented by Crosstown Arts & Indie Memphis

Join us for an encore screening of the Documentary Shorts Block from our 2015 Indie Memphis Film Festival. These films were quite popular but we know a lot of people didn’t have a chance to see them.
83 Min. Total Running Time

The Button King (8:04 min.) – directed by Ava Lowrey
Insomnia leads to an inspired talent in this documentary short about Dalton Stevens, the Button King.

Sandorkraut (12:00 min.) – directed by Ann Husaini and Emily Lobsenz
A portrait of acclaimed author and “fermentation guru” Sandor Katz, whose revival of ancient culinary methods has transformed his relationship with life and death.

American Renaissance (9:21 min.) – directed by Jarred Alterman and Ryan Scafuro
Explore the fantastic world of Elizabethan England… in a small town in upstate New York. “American Renaissance” takes you on a rollicking journey to one of the largest renaissance faires in the US, and a portrait of the characters that return year after year.

Collinsville Trade Day, 1988 (6:47 min.) – directed by Charles Keener & Jason LaRay Keener
A documentary about a small town market, shot on VHS by a curious grandfather in 1988.

Goran (10:38 min.) – directed by Roberto Santaguida
Joy and frustration as constructed by Goran Gostojić of Novi Sad.

The House is Innocent (12:15 min.) – directed by Nicholas Coles
Tom and Barbara’s new home has a notorious past and it’s going to take more than a fresh coat of paint to whitewash its macabre history.

Jake Plays First Base (4:55 min.) – directed by Josh Harrell
Jake just graduated to coach-pitch little league on his baseball team, and he’s set the East Nashville Little League on fire! Needless to say, Jake has big plans for his baseball future.

Seven Ways From Sunday (7:34 min.) – directed by Robert Sickels
Chronicles a series of unexpectedly startling moments of personal revelation, resulting in a powerful meditation on how seemingly fleeting moments of human contact can have profound long-term repercussions.

My Sister Ate the Zoo (10:40 min.) – directed by Maya Zhang
An ordinary phone call between a mother and a daughter, taking the audience on an emotional journey.

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