2019 KFF Films

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Narrative Features

 

BELLY OF THE WHALE

Directed by Nicholas Livanos • 80 mins. • Tennessee

Burnt-out math teacher Ted Pitts must help a class of misfits stage their final play, Jonah and the Whale. There's just one problem: The kids don't KNOW it's their final play. Pitts chickened out of telling them the theater program's been axed. Oh, and everyone hates each other. That's two problems. Oops. Also nobody seems to know how to put on a play and Mr. Pitts wants to quit teaching, so... Problematic. We'll go with "problematic."

FILM BLOCK 10 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 1:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

BOOK WEEK

Directed by Heath Davis • 96 mins. • Australia

Book Week is a shaggy dark comedy about a disgraced novelist turned English teacher trying to find redemption

FILM BLOCK 1 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 1:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

CHRISTMAS IN JULY

Directed by Myles Matsuno • 99 mins. • Tennessee

Daniel is a once-famous musician running away from his talent. One of the few friends he has left is his grandmother, and their special bond was always the Christmas season they both loved so much.  Now it's summer and she's dying, so Daniel decides to give her one last gift -- the holidays she won't live to see. He dusts off his old guitar (and his old inspiration) and sets out to bring his grandmother Christmas in July.

FILM BLOCK 17 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 4:30 pm • Theatre 1

 

HERE TO MARS

Directed by Micah Atkinson • 90 mins. • Tennessee

Art-drama about a schizophrenic father who takes his young daughter on a road trip back to his childhood home.

FILM BLOCK 3 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 3:30 pm • Theatre 1

 

SHOOT THE MOON RIGHT BETWEEN THE EYES

Directed by Graham L. Carter • 72 mins. • Texas

This award-winning musical comedy based on the story "Two Gallants" by James Joyce and the music of John Prine follows two con-artists, Jerry and Carl, who con their way clear across Texas. When one of them falls in love, however, their plans go awry, and the bumbling P.I. in hot pursuit of the two closes in.

FILM BLOCK 13 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 4:30 pm • Theatre 1

 

THE WAKE OF LIGHT

Directed by Renji Philip • 84 mins. • California

The Wake of Light is a romantic drama about a young woman slowly losing hope while caring for her aging father and their broken down farm father. One day she meets a charismatic young man on a cross country road trip, who falls for her and asks her to come with him. Now she has an impossible choice to make.

FILM BLOCK 16 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:30 pm • Theatre 2

 


Narrative Shorts

 

AGE OF BRYCE

Directed by David Feagan and Brian Elliott • 9:50 mins. • Texas

Smothered by an adoring, over-protective mom, 12-year-old Bryce Yancy Paul (Bip) is pushed to the brink of pubescent revolution. It’s time to ripen. Bloom. Break the shackles of parental paranoia. It’s the Age of Bryce. Sometimes a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do.

FILM BLOCK 17 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 4:30 pm • Theatre 1

 

BING BANG

Directed by Kevin Wines • 14:22 mins. • Tennessee

Two detectives are given a case that could determine their future. Will they solve it or will they blow it in this explosive buddy cop movie?

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

BLACK FRIDAY MAN

Directed by Tracy Facelli • 9:18 mins. • Tennessee

The Super Hero Bureau of Affairs is interviewing new prospects in hopes of keeping the peace on planet Earth. Hopes are dim until they meet a mysterious masked man who vows to restore order on the day after Thanksgiving.

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

BLOODY KNUCKLES

Directed by Alex Cherry • 7:20 mins. • Alabama

A 10-year-old boy, Mason, finds solace in his best friend, an army soldier action figure. However, after a particularly violent incident on the playground, a temper begins to brew within Mason. After witnessing a particularly impactful boxing fight on television, Mason decides to take matters into his own hands.

FILM BLOCK 7 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 10:00 am • Theatre 1

 

BOTTLED UP

Directed by Jeremy Lowery • 5:28 mins. • Tennessee

A Hot sun, only one bottle of water and three men with a serious fear of backwash! What could go down?

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

CARDBOARD CASTLES

Directed by Isabelle Leonard, Corbin Breaux, Kyle Patton, Victoria Page and Wyatt Johnson • 11:58 mins. • Tennessee

A terminally ill father takes his daughter into a cardboard world to teach her life lessons.

FILM BLOCK 7 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 10:00 am • Theatre 1

 

CONGOLESE

Directed by Brian Notess • 14:24 mins. • Tennessee

A teenage girl from an abusive conservative family finds an unlikely friend in her refugee neighbor.

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

DESERT ROSE

Directed by Ryan K. McNeal • 17:00 mins. • California

Emilia leads a secluded life on a ranch with her husband until a passing stranger arrives, killing her husband and leaving her to fend for herself. Through her grief, Emilia realizes she must forever live in fear of the stranger's return or take up her late husband's gun.

FILM BLOCK 6 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 7:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

 EUGENE

Directed by Don Hessell and Alan LaFave • 14:04 mins. • Michigan

A man searches for connection and acceptance on the streets and trails of a cold town. It's going much better for his dog.

FILM BLOCK 6 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 7:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

FOR HOPE

Directed by James P. Rees • 19:56 mins. • New York

In the underbelly of Kentucky a young disabled girl’s world of structured harmony is kept afloat by her older brother, but at what cost?

FILM BLOCK 13 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 4:30 pm • Theatre 1

 

FORGET ME NOT

Directed by Nick Stellon • 13:53 mins. • Alabama

How do you tell the person you love most that you have to leave them? When Mae is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, she is forced to tell her daughter Belle that she will one day forget her.

FILM BLOCK 7 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 10:00 am • Theatre 1

 

FRIEND OF A FRIEND

Directed by Matthew Fisher • 11:37 mins. • Tennessee

A failed musician takes a job at his uncle's pet crematorium.

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

GENERATIONS

Directed by Kourosh Ahari • 24:00 mins. • California

When a tragedy at work provokes him to uncover family secrets at home, Dr. Bill O'Connell discovers the truth about himself and his lineage.

FILM BLOCK 3 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 3:30 pm • Theatre 1

 

GONE FISHIN’

Directed by Kevin Wines • 19:33 mins. • Tennessee

Billy, a 12 year old boy befriends his neighbor, old man Carl during a time of crisis and need. Is fishing the cure for all that is going wrong? Will everyone's secrets be brought to light? Is it okay to eat cereal without milk?

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

HAIRCUT DAYS

Directed by Davis Hunt • 10 mins. • Tennessee

The story of one man’s haircut ripples through Tennessee, inspiring some and repelling others. Utilizing a frame narrative, the movie explores how stories are experienced, told, re-told and ultimately claimed.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

IN THE RING

Directed by Edy Recendez • 7:41 mins. • Tennessee

When professional boxer Oscar takes a bribe to throw a match, he finds his opponent isn’t the only thing he’s fighting in the ring.

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

KNEE HIGH

Directed by Marissa Vonn • 13:50 mins. • Indiana

Set against the Iowa farmlands, KNEE HIGH follows Calvin Melbourne as he struggles to keep hold of the reins to the family farm while still making time for his young son, Avery.

FILM BLOCK 1 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 1:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

LADIES MOST DEJECT

Directed by Martha Elcan • 15:29 mins. • Virginia

A teenage girl from the Appalachian mountains struggles to protect her siblings from an addict mother.

FILM BLOCK 6 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 7:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

LIT

Directed by Edy Recendez • 3:32 mins. • Tennessee

After being left out from the rest of the group, a Christmas light bulb will go on an adventure trying to make it to the tree and save Christmas.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

MAERE

Directed by Daniel Hamby • 9:39 mins. • Tennessee

A sleep doctor unable to move in his bed knows the science behind sleep paralysis but the nightmare refuses to end.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

MAGNOLIA & CLEMENTINE

Directed by Ashley Shelton • 16:22 mins. • Tennessee

Most of her brilliant ideas end up in the bathroom trash, deleted, or left unfinished all thanks to her wonky computer that crashes at the most inconvenient times. Struggling writer, HER, tosses out a story that gets turned into a published successful piece of work. By her more famous husband. Frustrated and jealous, HER, heads to a local coffee shop for a for a change of scenery to work where she sees some unexpected familiar faces.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

ON THE LINE

Directed by Seth Young • 7:07 mins. • Tennessee

Shelby and Sam have been together for quite some time.  In an attempt to progress their relationship further, Shelby takes a fishing trip with Sam's father to help them bond.

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

PAPA

Directed by Brian Peery • 14:37 mins. • Tennessee

A rugged frontiersman battles to protect his family and his mind from an evil river nymph who will stop at nothing to see them all destroyed.

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

PAST PARTUM

Directed by Wendy Keeling • 14:44 mins. • Tennessee

When a ten-year-old boy interviews his imprisoned great-grandmother for a school project, he discovers the real reason for his mother's failing health: his baby sister.

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

PUSHER

Directed by Andi Morrow • 21:05 mins. • Tennessee

In a small Appalachian town crippled by opioid addiction, a young drug dealer is coming to terms with the life she's chosen.

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

RED HANDED

Directed by Kevin Brewer • 6:01 mins. • Tennessee

The war rages on in the Eastern Front, but dealing with the consequences of war is a battle within itself.

FILM BLOCK 7 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 10:00 am • Theatre 1

 

RETURN TO DUST

Directed by Chuck Morgan • 13:08 mins. • Tennessee

Dex's husband and daughter vanish, leaving her alone in a world gone mad. Having to fend for herself in this world forces her to become a person she never thought she'd be.

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

SENT FORTH

Directed by Beecher Reuning • 9:19 mins. • Tennessee

It's the first day of Bible Training School in 1918 and young Jesse Capshaw (14 years old) has made her way, via train, from North Carolina to Southeast Tennessee. She arrives late to class and must convince her teacher she deserves this opportunity, despite being younger than the required age. Based on historical events.

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

SHEPHERD

Directed by Kyle McCuiston • 17:50 mins. • Tennessee

After the disappearance, and suspected death of his wife, the local pastor, Thomas, steps away from ministry and retreats into isolation, not knowing this would cause far greater suffering.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

SOUL BONES

Directed by Andrew Huggins • 11:16 mins. • North Carolina

A man living in the Deep South must confront his prejudices when a young boy moves in to the neighborhood and tries to befriend him.

FILM BLOCK 4 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 4:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

SOUL MAN

Directed by Kyle Taubken • 12:55 mins. • Tennessee

Ben Whitaker, Jr., an aging and mostly washed up singer-songwriter from the 60s/70s era of big soul music, navigates loneliness, failed relationships, and a botched career in modern day Memphis, TN.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

STARI GRAD (OLD TOWN)

Directed by Jack Beck • 9:01 mins. • Croatia

A fable set in Old Town, Dubrovnik, Croatia. A boy, hiding from artillery fire, makes a wish for peace, with unexpected results.

FILM BLOCK 6 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 7:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

SWEET TOOTH

Directed by Mike Styker and Zac Adams • 17:00 mins. • Tennessee

A gruesome entity attaches itself to an unsuspecting family.

FILM BLOCK 11 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

THE ADVENTURES OF WONDERBOY

Directed by Marti Young and Alan Brazzell • 10:27 mins. • Tennessee

When the nefarious Dr. Black threatens the future of Nashville, it's up to Wonderboy to save the day.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

THE CHINESE COOK

Directed by Steven Trigg • 10:38 mins. • Tennessee

An old woman in a dying West Virginia coal-mining town reconciles her family through the scars of war with love and good food.

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

THE DISHWASHER

Directed by Sam Roden and Nick Hartanto • 12:35 mins. • New York

A chef at a fine dining restaurant in New York City asks a Mexican dishwasher to find good tortillas.

FILM BLOCK 13 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 4:30 pm • Theatre 1

 

THE NUN’S KADDISH

Directed by Luis Ismael • 6:37 mins. • Portugal

A heart-warming vignette that portrays a true story of inter-religious kindness when a Nun observes a Jewish ritual.

FILM BLOCK 12 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 3:30 pm • Theatre 2

 

THE PIANO LOVE AFFAIR

Directed by Gabe McCauley • 13:42 mins. • Tennessee

Many WWII films and stories present the battles, but Charlie's story shows another side of our G.I.s' lives. In France, it was common for our soldiers to date, which served to alleviate the daily uncertainty, fear, loneliness, and ugliness of the war. Charlie and Anthelmette's purity and humility, the end of their relationship, and what happened nearly 70 years later, makes their story unique and beautiful.

FILM BLOCK 9 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 11:30 am • Theatre 1

 

THE TATTOOED HEART

Directed by Sheldon Wong Schwartz • 9:00 mins. • California

A creative writing instructor (Jennifer Morrison, "Once Upon a Time") at a juvenile detention center finds common ground with a troubled student (Madison Wolfe, "I Kill Giants") yet quickly finds herself in great danger when she decides to help her.

FILM BLOCK 6 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 7:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

TIN CAN

Directed by Pat Battistini • 20:00 mins. • California

J.C. came to America as an illegal immigrant when he was just a child. Now, as an adult, he's still an illegal alien but has managed to persevere and prosper working as a rodeo clown. However, after a series of unfortunate events, J.C. finds himself down on his luck and in search for a new happiness. He eventually finds it near the Mexican border but the price he pays could get him kicked out of the only country he knows.

FILM BLOCK 6 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 7:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

WARDEN

Directed by Teague Quillen • 12:52 mins. • Tennessee

A swordsmen is hired to bring a runaway back to stand trial for witchcraft, but runs into trouble along the way.

FILM BLOCK 15 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:00 pm • Theatre 1

 

WHAT’S LEFT

Directed by Joel Priegnitz • 7:50 mins. • Kentucky

A father living out of his car attempts to steal prescription pills from a recently deceased person in order to pay his late daycare fees by the end of the day. When things go wrong, he realizes that his best efforts may still not be enough to provide a normal life for his son.

FILM BLOCK 6 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 7:00 pm • Theatre 2


Documentary Features

 

DAVE GRUSIN: NOT ENOUGH TIME

Directed and Produced by Barbara Bentree • 82 mins. • New Mexico

Millions of people know the music of Dave Grusin (The Graduate, Three days of the Condor, Reds, Heaven can wait, The Champ, The fabulous Baker Boys, Havana, The Milagro Beanfield War, The Firm...) but may not know his name. Dave Grusin: Not Enough Time documents his journey from Colorado cowboy to Oscar and Grammy winning composer. The documentary, directed by Barbara Bentree and produced by John Rangelwill include interviews with many friends and collaborators such as Quincy Jones, Lee Ritenour, Marcus Miller, Nathan Barr and Michael Keaton, besides Dave Grusin himself, who is strongly involved in the development of the documentary.

FILM BLOCK 12 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 3:30 pm • Theatre 2

DOSED

Directed by Tyler Chandler • 82 mins. • Canada

After years of prescription medications failed her a suicidal young woman, Adrianne, turns to underground healers to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and opioid addiction with illegal psychedelic medicine like magic mushrooms and iboga.

FILM BLOCK 2 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 1:30 pm • Theatre 2

 

FINDING HOME IN BOOMTOWN

Directed by Matt Maxwell • 80 mins. • Texas

Briana & John-Mark Echols’ dream is to build a tiny house community for the homeless of Midland - a West Texas oil town that is the nation’s 2nd wealthiest city. Filmed over a period of 2 years, our story starts as the Echols sell their newly built, custom home & most of their possessions, move into an RV & commit their lives to helping the homeless.

FILM BLOCK 8 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 10:30 am • Theatre 2

 

RIPLIST

Directed by Mike Scholtz • 67 mins. • Minnesota

A celebrity death pool is an unusual game in which players pick famous people they think will die in the next year. Riplist follows seven friends over the course of a year as they make their selections and live with the consequences. Because playing the game of death teaches each of them about the value of life.

FILM BLOCK 18 – Sunday Sept. 15 • 5:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

WHEN ALL THAT’S LEFT IS LOVE

Directed by Eric Gordon • 77 mins. • Florida

When All That’s Left is Love is the emotionally gripping story of a wife’s determination to care for her Alzheimer’s-stricken husband in their home. With unprecedented, behind-the-scenes access, the film reveals the toll that the disease takes on families coping with Alzheimer's, while also showcasing the power of love that sustains both patients and caregivers.

FILM BLOCK 4 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 4:00 pm • Theatre 2


Documentary Shorts

 

COMPOSITE

Directed by Patrick Shaver • 30:00 mins. • South Carolina

A mother-daughter art story, 'Composite' traces the unlikely beginnings of the original Georgia Bureau of Investigation forensic artist and follows it through to the legacy continued by her daughter Kelly.

FILM BLOCK 8 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 10:30 am • Theatre 2

 

COWS COME HOME

Directed by Daniel Turbert • 12:20 mins. • Tennessee

The story of a multi-generational cattle farm in Talbott, TN turned sanctuary.

FILM BLOCK 10 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 1:00 pm • Theatre 2

GUASSA

Directed by Nick Wolfenbarger • 16:09 mins. • Tennessee

Two young primatologists, one from Tennessee and the other from New Jersey, take on an ambitious yearlong position studying gelada monkeys in the remote highlands of Ethiopia.

FILM BLOCK 18 – Sunday Sept. 15 • 5:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

LOVE, TRAILS & DINOSAURS

Directed by Alex Oliver • 8:21 mins. • Tennessee

Meet the first person with autism to hike every trail in the Smokies.

FILM BLOCK 12 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 3:30 pm • Theatre 2

  

LUBI

Directed by Natasha Roderick • 14:19 mins. • Tennessee

When Ksenia Naydenova came from Russia to the U.S. to further her swimming career as a student athlete, she was given the daunting task of being able to choose a new lifestyle. Ksenia came to America as an atheist. But once in the states, she then decided to become a Christian. Because of this, she was completely disowned by her family. Despite her challenges, Ksenia is seen as the girl who spreads love and goodness wherever she goes and doesn’t let the obstacles she faces define her.

FILM BLOCK 16 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 2:30 pm • Theatre 2

 

SEW WHAT?

Directed by Salvatore Alaimo • 24:31 mins. • Michigan

Short documentary on the Caregivers Sewing Group

FILM BLOCK 2 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 1:30 pm • Theatre 2

 

SOUND AND SOLE

Directed by Cara Hagen • 6:30 mins. • North Carolina

Arthur Grimes was born and raised in the Appalachian mountains. He is the only professionally working, African-American buck dancer in Boone, North Carolina. In this short documentary, Arthur recounts his dance journey from eager youth to professional master, gives us a glimpse into his performance experience, and demonstrates his deep love for Appalachian music, dance and history.

FILM BLOCK 18 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 5:00 pm • Theatre 2

 

THE NEXT BATTLE – A TEKKEN DOCUMENTARY

Directed by Dalton J. Bradley • 14:44 mins. • Tennessee

The story of Trung "Trungy" Mai, a professional Tekken player. How his career began and how it's changed.

FILM BLOCK 7 – Saturday, Sept. 14 • 10:00 am • Theatre 1

 

THE TALK

Directed by Sofia Sarkar • 8:33 mins. • Guatemala

Rural families in Guatemala often have 3 or more children, and most live on less than 2 USD per day. Two of every three women don’t use contraceptives — because of religious beliefs and/or lack of education. "The Talk" is an exploration of the impact that unplanned pregnancies have on local communities around Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, and one nonprofit’s attempt to address this issue.

FILM BLOCK 18 – Sunday, Sept. 15 • 5:00 pm • Theatre 2

 


TN 10 Films

 

FILM BLOCK 5 – Friday, Sept. 13 • 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Theatre 1

EAT THIS FILM

Directed by Jamison Stalsworth

"Eat This Film" examines the anxieties of life (and death) through a series of tales of intense social awkwardness. An absurd experimental comedy with a clown, a funeral and a man with three legs, this is a film with a message; and that message is, "Look Away!"

FINALLY

Directed by Nicholas Crockett

A man living in isolation hunts in service to an ethereal entity who rewards him with glimpses into his former life.

THE DEATH OF A NAPOLEAN

Directed by Davis Hunt

An out of work Napoleon impersonator finds work on the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.

TRAPPED

Directed by Edy Recendez

This trilogy of stories have one thing in common - What does it feel like to be "Trapped."

BABY DADDY

Directed by Matt Brewster

When a man receives a second chance to connect with his estranged father, he must navigate through the infancy of their relationship--discovering common ground along the way.

FLY ME TO THE MOON

Directed by Cody McHan

Two brothers have to learn to work together to help...fake the moon landing?

THE BROTHERS BROTHERS

Directed by Kyle Taubken

Two brothers, one a small town pastor in a marriage crisis and the other a flashy doctor with questionable morals, come home to help their overbearing mother in the aftermath of their father's unexpected death.

BEWARE THE BIGFOOT

Directed by Joseph Fioravanti

Dr. Richard P. Statonworth is own of the most renowned naturalists of our era. This footage has been salvaged from his final expedition in which he searches for the mysterious creature known as the Bigfoot.

THE PENANCE OF ANDY REDDING

Directed by Kelly Burke

After a lifetime of bad decisions, a small-time criminal is forced into a situation that could turn into his biggest regret yet.


7-Day Shootout Films

 

CLONE AT HOME

Team: Camcept / FAR Productions

Team Leader: Cody McHan

Genre: Science Fiction (5:42)

 

HOME GROWN

Team: Vinny G Studios

Team Leader: Seth Young

Genre: Mockumentary (7:00)

 

RUSSIAN MEDDLING

Team: Ninth Grade Productions

Team Leader: Brett AP

Genre: Politics (6:55)

 

CROSSWORD

Team: Microsecond Films

Team Leader: Rose Farahi

Genre: Science Fiction (7:00)

 

SHOOTING STAR HALL OF FAME DANCE QUEST SOUTHERN REGIONAL COMPETITION

Team: Blade Media Productions

Team Leader: Stephen Ballast

Genre: Mockumentary (7:00)

 

UPRIGHT WARRIOR

Team: Dog Thirty Films

Team Leader: Harrison Hoytt

Genre: Action/Adventure (6:07)

 

PHASED OUT

Team: Atomic Oasis Productions

Team Leader: Gabriel Crutchfield

Genre: Superhero (5:25)

 

THE EARLY GATES

Team: Wilder Productions

Team Leader: Jeremiah Wampler

Genre: Drama (4:09)

 

MAYBERRY, DUDE

Team: TCSO / Indieclever Media

Team Leader: Patrick Shaver

Genre: Comedy (7:00)

 

THE DOCUMENTARIAN

Team: Predicament Films

Team Leader: Timothy Scobee

Genre: Mockumentary (5:45)

 

THE SCARLET STARLET

Team: Paper Street Pictures

Team Leader: Jeff Delaney

Genre: Murder Mystery (7:00)

 

INTERMISSION

PART 2

 

ARTHUR’S EPIC YARN

Team: Twin Pines Pictures

Team Leader: Jeremy Lowery

Genre: Road Trip (7:00)

 

BROKEN.FIXED

Team: Forever Young Pictures

Team Leader: Edy Recendez

Genre: Drama (6:00)

 

ROCKET JUICE

Team: Southern Creative

Team Leader: Travis Daniels

Genre: Science Fiction (7:00)

 

THE STRAYS

Team: Blessed Melody Productions

Team Leader: Thomas Moore

Genre: Horror (7:00)

 

SWEATERMAN

Team: Tennessee Valley Media Collective

Team Leader: Kevin Keck

Genre: Road Trip (7:00)

 

HOBO IS REAL

Team: Fig City Productions

Team Leader: Ed Bailey

Genre: Superhero (7:00)

 

SEVEN AND SIX: THE CLOSET CASE

Team: Dr. Moon Rat Films

Team Leader: Jamison Stalsworth

Genre: Action/Adventure (7:00)

 

THE DISPOSABLES

Team: SilverShotz Productions

Team Leader: Eric L. Hansen

Genre: Murder Mystery (4:43)

 

FLEET

Team: Liberty Church of Cosby

Team Leader: John Rush

Genre: Superhero (6:29)

 

THE VAMPIRE SIREN

Team: Post Retro Productions

Team Leader: Jacob Boyd

Genre: Horror (6:05)

 

UNMASKED

Team: Stormlight Pictures

Team Leader: Susannah Devereux

Genre: Superhero (6:43)