2014 Short Films Program – Friday
FRIDAY / Aug 29:
8pm – 10pm (Short Films)
@ Circle Cinema 10 S Lewis Ave
16BIT – “DINOSAURS” – 2 mins
Director: Kristofer Stroem
Animated, epileptic trip.
CLEAN HANDS – 4:37 mins
Director: Christopher Long
Part of the Make Tulsa Yours (MTYRS) video campaign to highlight the unique, creative and ambitious small businesses and thinkers of the city of Tulsa.
DRONE BUFFALO – 20 seconds
Director: Elvis Ripley
Aerial observation at Tall Grass Prairie.
ROAD KILL ZOO – 10 mins
Director: Bradley Beesley
A gang of nomadic, parentless teenagers practice the art of grifting. A tragic accident has left Byron and his younger sister Abby to fend for themselves. They travel the countryside meeting freaks, frauds and faith healers. With no resources or money, they must rely on what they know, which is fooling folks.
UNTITLED #1 – 2:13 mins
Director: Joe Andoe
A 1978 short film by internationally renowned Tulsa artist, Joe Andoe.
MI AMIGO INVISIBLE – 14 mins
Director: Pablo Larcuen
Tomas is a boy so shy that is not capable of saying a word to nobody. With the arrival of Andy (his invisible friend) he’ll start to think how his life would it be if he was able to communicate with the people that is around him.
INVOCATION – 3 mins
Director: Robert Morgan
Short horror film about the dangers of stop-motion animation.
PAC-MAN: THE MOVIE – 6:37 mins
Director: James Farr
Imagines Pac-Man as a top-secret Government project.
ALL’S FAIR – 12 mins
Director: Todd Strauss-Schulson
A young man, heartbroken when his girlfriend dumps him, hires a prostitute to recreate the mundane intimacies he used to take for granted.
MAN – 3 mins
Director: Steve Cutts
Man’s relationship with the natural world.
UNTITLED – 9 mins
Director: Todd Lincoln
World premiere. Shot entirely in Tulsa.
JOANNA GRUESOME – “SUGARCRUSH” – 2:54 mins
Directors: Ewan Jones Morris & Casey Raymond
Totally rad video for fuzz-punk band Joanna Gruesome.
WE WILL LIVE AGAIN – 12 mins
Directors: Josh Koury & Myles Kane
Looks inside the unusual and extraordinary operations of the Cryonics Institute. The film follows Ben Best and Andy Zawacki, the caretakers of 99 deceased human bodies stored at below freezing temperatures in cryopreservation.
ASRTEROIDS (BLACK VERSION) – 1 min
Portland-based, multidisciplinary artist, E*Rock’s animated video.
TRUESKIN – 6 mins
Director: Stephan Zlotescu
In a futuristic Bangkok where human cyber modification is the norm, Kaye finds himself on the run for stealing a particular augmentation.
I SWEAR – 5 mins
Director: Mark Lester
Two friends make an extreme bet over a game of darts, which results in unintended consequences.
HOMINID – 1:50 mins
Director: Mark Andrews
Animation based on a series of photo composites created from human and veterinary X-ray films
REINDEER – 3 mins
Director – Eva Weber
The director Eva Weber travels 400 kilometers above the Polar Circle to a village in Utsjoki, Finland to capture the reindeer herding that has been the livelihood of the Arctic’s indigenous Sami people for generations.
DING DING – 25 seconds
Director: Jeremy Lamberton
Rhythm is gonna get you!
VISIONS OF TERROR – 4:55 mins
Director: Rodney Ascher
A young woman meets the ultimate terror, a supernatural reality-bending maniac with a very large collection of out of print VHS tapes.
UNSUBSCRIBE #4: THE SADDEST SONG IN THE WORLD – 2:51 mins
Director: Jodie Mack
A collage of paper scraps echo the joys and challenges of relationships as they playfully merge and break apart to a heartfelt rendition of “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?” by the artist herself.
MY FAVORITE PICTURE OF YOU – 3 mins
Directors: TJ Martin & Dan Lindsay
A short film by documentary Oscar-winners T.J. Martin and Dan Lindsay about Martin’s grandparents, told through a lifetime of family photos and an audio interview, encapsulating youth, old age, and everything in between.
THAT B.E.A.T. – 9:20 mins
Director: Abteen Bagheri
A short documentary focused on “Bounce” music, a sound that’s been coming out of New Orleans since the early 1990s. The documentary focuses on its evolution, the movement of the underground culture and the acceptance of the LGBT community. It features performers such as Katey Red, Big Freedia, Nicky Da B and many more.
DUCK SAUCE – “BIG BAD WOLF” – 3 mins
Director: Keith Schofield
ZEAL FOR THE LAW – 2 mins
Director: Josh Mannis
After the films, join us at the Soundpony (409 N Main St) for a FREE (21+) AFTERPARTY
featuring live music from Lesbian Summer
, The Daddyo’s
, DJ Sweet Baby Jaysus
, and DJ Save the Tiger.
WARNING!!! THE FILMS SHOWN ARE UNCENSORED AND UNCOMPROMISING DUE TO THE ARTISTS’ VISION. SOME MATERIAL MAY BE INAPPROPRIATE FOR YOUNGER VIEWERS. HECK, SOME MATERIAL MAY BE INAPPROPRIATE FOR OLDER VIEWERS. TULSA OVERGROUND AND THE FLY LOFT ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEMORALIZING OF ANY INDIVIDUAL.
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED…