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ANARCHY SHORTS PROGRAM

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The Bulb – Director & Screenwriter: Calvin Reeder

(USA) World Premiere

Strangers meet in a motel room and observe a peculiar television broadcast.

Cast: Frank Mosley, Linas Phillips

Carnal Orient – Directors & Screenwriters: Mila Zuo, Angela Seo

(USA) World Premiere

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A dark and strangely surreal snapshot of sexual desire aimed at the exotic.

Cast: Akemi Look, West Liang, Joey Halter, Peter Lucas, Stephan Smith Collins

Ceiling Finger – Director: Sean Kelley; Screenwriter: Dalton Price

(USA)

A family of four lives in a suburban household with a giant finger called Ceiling Finger.

Cast: Jesse Price, Jen Greenfield, David Parrish, Eleanor Greenfield

Disco Inferno – Director & Screenwriter: Alice Waddington

(Spain)

A weary hell minion is on a mission to rescue her boss. But the Devil is not willing to return to her daily routine.

Cast: Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Ana Rujas, Olivia Baglivi

Double-Blind No.1 – Director: The Double-Blind Experiments

(Australia)

Five VFX artists set out to test the theory that a fine-art technique relying on chance could be applied to a motion piece.

Cast: Samantha Roy, Zenon Kohler, Ricky Marks

Gwilliam – Director: Brian Lonano; Screenwriters: Brian Lonano, Victoria Cook, Kevin Lonano

(USA)

A recently released criminal can forget his sins, but he can never forget…Gwilliam.

Cast: William Tokarsky, Paul Painter, Wanda Morganstern

Hi How Are You Daniel Johnston? – Director: Gabriel Sunday; Screenwriters: Daniel Johnston, Gabriel Sunday, David Lee Miller

(USA)

Iconic musician/artist Daniel Johnston stars in this psychedelic short film about an aging artist coming to terms with the dreams of yesteryear.

Cast: Daniel Johnston, Gabriel Sunday, Soko

Something About Silence – Director & Screenwriter: Patrick Buhr

(Germany) North American Premiere

You are here because you are boring

Cast: Vanja Smiljanic, Sina Seifee

The Wayward Carnality – Director & Screenwriter: Joanna Maria Wójcik

(Poland) North American Premiere

Grandma visits her teenage grandson and discovers a change of his interests.