Sat, Apr 24 / 12:30 / Kabuki / TALK24K
People still try to put ’em down. Today’s young people do get around. But now they’re getting around a camera and making great films from noir to comedy to mockumentary to stop-motion Lego-made James Bond. You’re gonna dig what they all say. Recommended for ages 11 and up.
A battle between two chefs explains the origins of a French delicacy. (William Yarbrough, USA 2009, 6 min) In GGA competition.
Business is tough for the rising lemonade entrepreneur. (Olivia Chuba, USA 2009, 11 min) In GGA competition.
Blink Another Day (Part 1)
Lego-man James Bond takes on an eye-patched villain preparing to blow up the world. (Eric Wen, USA 2009, 5 min) In GGA competition.
What Is Green?
San Francisco youth explore what it means to go green and make environmentally positive changes in their lives and communities. (Andre Hines, Marisol Navarro, Francis Sudaria, USA 2009, 5 min)
Where I Come From
A Chicago teen takes a heartfelt look at the harsh realities of her inner-city neighborhood. (Tasana Hardy, USA 2009, 2 min)
Struggling with loneliness, body image and an abusive father, an overweight girl finally comes into her own. (Daniel Citron, USA 2009, 12 min) In GGA competition.
A San Francisco teen navigates the ups and downs of high school, family and adolescence. (Raphael Linden, USA 2009, 4 min)
A cinematic ode to fresh, falling snow. (Joseph Procopio, Canada 2009, 4 min)
Sparks in the Night
Detective Leon Sparks goes underground to pursue notorious criminal Jay Walker. (Ben Kadie, USA 2009, 4 min)
Blink Another Day (Part 2)
Bond continues his battle to save the world. Will he live to blink another day? (Eric Wen, USA 2009, 5 min) In GGA competition.
A pair of magical shoes changes one man’s life but pits him against his quirky, dumpster-diving friend. (Joel Vanzeventer, USA 2009, 13 min) In GGA competition.
Armed with an unusual power, a man uses an underhanded strategy to make a little cash. (Kerry Furrh, Brian Benton, USA 2009, 3 min)
Evening of Passion (Unie Soirée de Passion)
An unwelcome pest interrupts a fine French meal. Sacre bleu! (Alexander Smallridge, USA 2009, 6 min)
Total running time 80 min.