Florida Short Film Series: Part Two
DOLPHIN LOVER – 15 min. – Dir. Kareem Tabsch
Set in 1971 at a Florida roadside amusement park, Dolphin Lover is a documentary short film that tells the incredible true story of Malcolm Brenner and his romantic and sexual love affair with Dolly, a captive bottlenose dolphin. Through Malcolm’s story the film offers an intimate first person account on this complex and polarizing aspect of human sexuality that will challenge your perceptions.
TWO KINDS OF PEOPLE – 4 min. – Dir. Quincy Perkins
There are two kinds of people…those that read a synopsis and those that don’t. A love story.
TWELVE TRADITIONS – 11 min. – Dir. Jonathan Cuartas
A dismantled alcoholic tells his story at an AA meeting, claiming a ruthless killer is after him, but is anything he says believable?
INTERRUPTA – 6 min. – Dir. Carla Forte
Four characters, united by their thoughts and separated by their realities, transform their existence into movement.
SIBLINGS – 12 MIN. – Dir. Michael Garcia
A young suburbanite murders her husband and enlists her older brother to help dispose the body.
LAKE MAHAR – 13 min. – Dir. Julian Yuri Rodriguez
The King Arthur legend gets updated to a nightmare of Caucasian emasculation on Flagler street in Miami.
FRIED PICKLES – 8 min. – Dir. Michael Marrero/ Jon Rhoads
Everyone remembers where they were when Michael Jackson died, but what if you wanted to forget that day?
LOYAL TO THE GAME – 35 min. – Dir. Michael Nolan
The story of a professional quarterback and a wide receiver at a crossroads.