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Love at First Slice
Theatre Performance | Directed by Krista Pennington 7 minComedy

In 1905, Henri Languille was executed by guillotine in France. After the blade came down, his eyes focused only on Colette. Her mother isn't convinced it's love, but in her heart, Colette knows he is the one.

A Cup of T
Theatre Short | Directed by Amanda Buchalter 8 minDrama

Emma, a young professional at the start of her career, has a much-needed conversation with her former professor.

Selections from Cleopatra Boy
Theatre Performance | Directed by Sherrine Azab & Jake Hooker 31 minExperimental, Comedy, Drama

Cleopatra was both a woman and a leader of "the east". She fell and another patriarchal empire rose. Who told her story...and told her story...and told her story.

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Box 2 -- Documentary Shorts Poster

Box 2 features three compelling stories, all told through documentary film. Breaking the Cycle follows the private life of Indi Jackson, a record-breaking college athlete, revealing that life’s biggest challenges are often encountered off the field. The Way of Art shares the riveting and precarious journey of one theatre’s quest to bring a giant puppet to life, and The Impact examines MSU students’ responses to racially biased incidents.

Box 3 -- Narrative Shorts Poster

Box 3 features five narrative films that are sure to entertain. Chatterboxing! delights as the festival’s only animated short. Personal trials take center stage in the substance-fueled dramedy, A Basement Film, and ASTRAY: The Justification of Grace, a story with faith-based themes. A Good Day is a surreal, existential trip, and Flame Out offers an apocalyptic tale of interpersonal strife. Day of Reckoning unsettles as the only horror short.

Box 4 -- Narrative Shorts Poster

Box 4 rounds out the festival with five more narrative shorts. The coming-of-age story, golden, and The Idler, a gloomy rendition, explore university life and beyond in very different ways. Future Shock is a time traveling romp of pandemic proportions, and unexpected romance finds its way in of Masquerade and Rhymes. The dark comedy Taco Soup shows that a holiday family dinner can offer more than any of the guests bargain for.



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