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The Golden Plates

Just when you thought it was safe to go door to door spreading the good news about the American Jesus, this 1950’s campy PSA spoof shows you that, in fact, the world is a very dangerous place for religious zealots! Tara Nicole Azarian is an American actress, writer and director who graduated High School, with honors, […]

Four Day Weekend

A middle-aged couple, married for twenty-three years, takes a four-day break from each other and the aftermath leaves their relationship shaken and tested but not broken. Directed by Nicole Jones, a first time director with 25 years of industry experience, both in front of, and behind the camera working with many great directors including James […]

Mine and Yours

Four people try to navigate the nature of each other’s relationships and ultimately come to realize that relationships are common but love is rare. Directed by Christine Clayburg. Nominated for an Emmy and named “Boston’s Best Meteorologist” by Improper Bostonian magazine, Christine was a Geology major with a love of theater when she landed a […]

Millennium: Eternal Sunrise

In the fantasy world of Charani, an 11-year-old girl, who has recently lost her beloved mother, an ancient legend may help to resurrect her. She disobeys her father and journeys to the enigmatic mountain summit to meet with a magical Romani (Gypsy) Man with a Millennium box. Directed by Vlad Aksenov, who is a Los […]

Eye of the Storm

Award-winning film maker S. Kramer Herzog’s Eye of the Storm takes a harshly authentic view of the media and the related circus that it can inspire. This documentary was filmed during the hours leading up to the 2005 execution of Crips gang founder Stanley “Tookie” Williams at San Quentin State Prison in California, just north […]

The Dishwasher

A dishwasher’s dream of becoming a professional chef takes one step closer to reality when an unlikely alliance is found with a young streetwalker. Featuring original music from Alexz Johnson (www.alexzjohnson.com), and co-funded by Telus Storyhive. Directed by Matt David Johnson. Matt David Johnson is an independent Canadian filmmaker and entrepreneur with a diverse background […]

Moonlight Sonata

A secret meeting of ministers headed by a president of some country turns to the unexpected… It turns out to be a rule-breaking act in a mental institution. Directed by Anna Mironova; 37 years old, an experienced executive headhunter and a beginner in filmmaking. This is her first short film.

Cradle

A man risks his body and mind to right a terrible wrong. A young man walks in to a dingy and seemingly abandoned building with nothing but a chair, a notebook and a backpack of supplies. He looks like he’s been walking forever. After looking over the bleak surroundings, he sets up his chair in […]

Guest Speaker Sally Kaplan – 2016

Guest Speaker Sally Kaplan – 2016

Sally Kaplan is an award winning producer and writer with twenty years of film and television experience. Partnering with David Vassar and Backcountry Pictures in 2003, Sally has served as producer on DISCOVER HETCH HETCHY, GRAND TETON VIDEO RIVERS, PERSPECTIVE FROM THE PEAKS, RED WHITE AND GREEN, and CALIFORNIA FOREVER. Additionally, Sally has worked as a field producer and writer on programs for PBS, Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, Animal Planet, and many others. She has served […]

2015 Winners!

2015 Winners!

AND THE WINNERS ARE: FOUNDERS AWARD – “Molly” by Alex Creasia ANIMATION – “Damn Those Crows” by Roy Tsour and Rotem Hermoni COMEDY – “Fanette” MUSIC VIDEOS – “Stay” by Dillon Novak and “Unwanted” by Erin Brown HORROR – “Lapsus” by Karim Ouret DOCUMENTARY – “A Walk Through the Tenderloin” OUTSTANDING K-12 STUDENT FILM – “Kurayami […]

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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