Ticket Sales - VFF09 - Shorts Program 2 (Drama) at El Portal Theatre (Main stage) on Friday, October 2, 2009
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VFF09 - Shorts Program 2 (Drama)

Date: Friday, October 2, 2009
Time: 5:30 PM
Calendar10/2/2009 5:30:00 PM10/2/2009 5:30:00 PMAmerica/Los_AngelesVFF09 - Shorts Program 2 (Drama) At El Portal Theatre (Main stage) 5269 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601 Website: https://valleyfilmfest.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=214837FalseMM/DD/YYYY

El Portal Theatre (Main stage)
5269 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91601
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Phone: (818) 754-8222
Email: info@valleyfilmfest.com
Website: http://http://www.valleyfilmfest.com/valleyfilmfest/app/schedule/150
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VFF09 - Dramatic Shorts 1

***PLEASE NOTE: SHORT FILMS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, NOT SCREENING ORDER***


BRICKS AND ASHES (USA/14MIN)
Directed by Ron Rogge

In the Old West, life is hard, and characters clash, sometimes with dangerous results. In these times, vengeance is served daily, and frequently blurs the lines between good and evil...

ADVISORY: One line of adult language



FORGOTTEN (USA/25MIN)
Directed by Reuel Kim

An undercover FBI operation attempts to bust an Asian Human Trafficking Ring, but in a botched raid, only one girl survives. This is the story of an FBI agent who tries to make a difference and ultimately must stop one of his own men from siding with the bad guys.

ADVISORY: Gun shot violence. Also, In English & Korean



HAPPY PILL (USA/9MIN)
Directed by Clay Humphrey

HAPPY PILL is a dark love story. CJ wants to kill himself to join the love of his life in heaven.



LIMINAL (USA/14MIN)
Directed by Stephen Keep Mills
Think it's a dream? INA and JOY are naked and locked in a battle of elimination. INA must reverse the power to survive. Are they lovers or is JOY the "killer-within"?

ADVISORY: Full-frontal female nudity



RAYMOND CARVER MOMENTS (USA/4MIN)
Directed by Avi Glijansky

Brad is feeling like a third wheel. His buddy Dave is trying to pick up some girl outside their local 7-11 and he's stuck waiting for him in the parking lot. Then he sees her. She looks like she's been crying and she's just a few feet away. What does one do in those situations? Do you go to her or give her the privacy she probably wants? Brad is about to make a choice.

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