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Friday, April 30 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm

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Social Distancing (12:40) USA; Kat Sokolich (Eckerd College); St. Petersburg Premiere (attending)
A family of three ends up being victims of the covid-19 pandemic. As there becomes a mandatory lockdown where no one can leave the house, the mother of the family starts to go insane. As insanity reaches a peak, she has to fight off her demons or harm her family.
Trailer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xr3CH8QWZvBqTHU2ps-5UrJZLiREELoj/view?usp=sharing

Dairy Land (7:08) USA; Cooper Shapiro (FSU); Florida Premiere (attending)
Since 1949, Dairy Land has been serving burgers and milkshakes to the residents of Walterboro, South Carolina. From Friday night lights to love at first sight, everyone has memories at Dairy Land. Late one October night, the restaurant's owners, Thurston and Camie, received a phone call that their beloved Dairy Land was on fire. An important landmark to Walterboro, Dairy Land must rise from the ashes to serve its loyal customers.

16/8 (7:00) Russian Federation; Sasha Paracels; Florida Premiere
Chained to a pipe in a dark room, a young woman must fight her way out and discover the dark secret to her imprisonment.

Killing It (7:16) USA; Kiran Gordon (FSU); World Premiere (attending)
For Richard, the goal was to host his very own late-night talk show. Realizing he couldn't get to the top by being a ventriloquist, he dropped the puppet Dickie from his act and now has gotten more success than ever before! In just one week, he will finally host his own late-night show! So what if he doesn't like his new material, he's made it...unless his old puppet friend has anything to say about it.

Shine On (3:04) Rosie Elliott (Barnard College of Columbia University); St. Petersburg Premiere
"Shine On" is a dance concept film, shot during the first wave of the pandemic. The film aimed to inspire others to continue to create amid tumultuous times. This Pink Floyd song is about loss viewed through an optimistic lens: I aimed to mirror that ethos in my film, adapting the narrative to current events. Shot on Miami Beach, with a crew of one, this experimental film shows that art can be made anywhere and through anytime.

The Pages of Destiny (14:00) USA; Italian language; Nicola Rinciari (Savannah College of Art and Design)
Florida Premiere (attending)
A young boy who spent his life inside a magical bookstore must decide whether to pursue the adventures he reads about or save the place he loves.
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/338998353

Keep Up (10:25) USA; Nick Tracanna (FSU); World Premiere (attending)
An 80s-inspired, horror music video that takes inspiration from the classic films and pop-culture figures of that decade.
Trailer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jWYK0H1Opl2JdMY62AtYkAvhmLdeVXiG/view?usp=sharing

ANGRY DADDY (7:01) USA; Jorge Rodriguez (Ringling College); World Premiere
A young and inexperienced robber breaks into a house but his plans run askew when the owner of the house, a large and husky man, comes home early from a night out drinking and mistakes the robber for a “client” of sorts.

Life's a Movie (3:36) USA; Blake H Drivas (Ringling College); St. Petersburg Premiere (attending)
A mysterious man, armed with a crowbar, must finally finish this chapter in his life.

Semi-Colon (5:00) USA; Brandon Lin (Ringling College); U.S. Premiere (attending)
Semi-Colon is centered around two characters who are facing similar mental health issues which eventually leads to an unlikely bond between the two.

Fool Hearted (4:04) USA; Luna Križan (Ringling College); World Premiere (attending)
After coming to Florida to pursue her career in the porn industry, naive Jenny faces her own self and the reality of the situation, setting herself free from the horrid relationship.

Friday April 30, 2021 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT