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Juan and Cloud

Juan is a child who doesn’t have any friends. La Nube is a cloud who doesn’t have any cloud friends. They find each other and become friends. However, Juan grows up and gets lost in the grey adult world. Director, producer and animator Giovanni Maccelli also directs eleven short films (A mysterious fish and The […]

Pearl

Set inside their home, a beloved hatchback, Pearl follows a girl and her dad as they crisscross the country chasing their dreams. It’s a story about the gifts we hand down and their power to carry love. And finding grace in the unlikeliest of places. Directed by Patrick Osborne, also creator of the Academy-Award winning […]

Jes and Lora

Jes just wants to borrow a can of gas for his stranded car, but farm girl Lora wants to find out more about the stranger. The two troubled souls form an unexpected bond while revealing dark secrets on a lonely trail. Directed by Patrick Coleman Duncan, an actor and Award Winning Filmmaker. He lives in […]

Light Sight

M.E., the character of the story, is born inside a room made of varied sized spheres and brightened by a floating light. While M.E. is greatly astonished by the light, the spheres start glittering with colorful displays and attract him to themselves. Directed by Seyed M. Tabatabaei who has a BSc. in Architectural Engineering from […]

Greenwood

An introspective look at the relationship between a woman struggling with depression and the unfailing husband who seeks to draw her out of her latest breakdown. Directed by Larica Perera who was born in Bandarawela, Sri Lanka and moved to the Philippines shortly after. At the age of six, she immigrated to Canada with her […]

Peak Phosphorus

Before we run out of gas, we will have no more phosphor for industrial agriculture. No fertilizer no crops! And in 300 years meatware is history… Directed by Michael mehring 1997-2001 producer and co-founder of the music collective Metropolitan Bass Scientists. 2007-2009 production/direction of three webisodes ‘Bundeswars’, comedy/animation. Since 2010 producer for image films at […]

Vici

A young woman looks to overcome her haunting past through the means of a boxing match. Directed by Johnny Kirk, a graduate of California State University, Los Angeles original born in Chattanooga, TN. He has directed several short films, such as Shine and Beyond the Ropes. He is now the creative director and founder of […]

Omessa

Anna never leaves her backpack and do not come-back often in France. Discovering a lump in her breast, she goes to a gynecologist who tells her that it is worrying. For Anna, it’s the moment to return in Corsica, to face her history, her inherit, her father. Directed by Charlene Favier It was in Australia […]

Muscle

AMANDA is married to CRAIG, a terminally ill man. She has been by his side, bathing and feeding him for the past seven years. She cares for him day in and day out, the weight of it all taking a toll on her life and her marriage. But their marriage was broken long before the […]

Unfamiliar Grounds

A silent girl’s discovery of a mysterious boot incites friction. Directed by Shelly Russell Shelly first became fascinated with film around 15 when she made short films with her siblings. At first, she was drawn to being an actress but became attracted to the creative control of technical roles. Shelly studied at California State University […]

How Do I get Tickets?

Join us on Friday, November 4, 2017 at 6 pm for the Tuolumne County PREMIERE of The Other Kids at the Summerville High School Theatre!

Tickets for this 1-night only SPECIAL PRESENTATION TICKET are only $10 in advance through October 31, 2017.

EARLY BIRD ticket purchases online

After October 31st, tickets can be purchased only at the door on November 4th for $15 each.

Arrive as early as 5:30 pm.

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