Great ‘Short’ Program at Eastern Oregon Film Festival



Eastern Oregon Film Festival is primed to present it’s 3rd annual program beginning Thursday, October 20-Saturday October 22, in La Grande, Oregon. The program is packed with award winning films, guest directors, Skype Q&A’s, some of the best NW bands, and a wonderful and masterful collection of shorts. Come visit La Grande for this year’s 20 Films, 7 Bands, 3 days – in Eastern Oregon.

2011 Official Short Film Selections

Eastern Oregon Film Festival announces the official 2011 short film selection. Each feature film for this year’s festival will be preceded by one of these great short films.

A Face Fixed

DIRECTOR: ANDREW DROZ PALERMO
19 MINUTES
Thursday, Oct. 21 : 7:00pm
Precedes Resurrect Dead

Lost in a deep depression, a young man finds boxes of home videos and photographs of his parents creation, which shed light onto his broken home and give perspective on young love and fatherhood.


Kosmos

DIRECTOR: FANTAVIOUS FRITZ
15 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 12:35pm
Followed by  Green

A 16mm surrealist tale of adventure that follows a young man’s search for purpose.


To Say Goodbye

DIRECTOR: JASON HEADLEY
19 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 2:50pm
Followed by Cirkus Columbia


A man works for a company called Care-A-Spondence, writing letters people won’t write for themselves. When he’s assigned to write a woman’s suicide note, he finds making a living isn’t so easy when someone might end up dying.


Veterans

DIRECTOR: VALERIE BISCHOFF
13 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 5:30pm
Followed by The Last Mountain
Everything changes for Diamond, the fallen star of a Nevada brothel,
after a unique encounter with a young Veteran.


The Strange Ones

DIRECTOR: CHRISTOPHER RADCLIFF
14 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 8:20pm
Followed by Dragonslayer


A man and a boy, traveling to an unknown destination, find respite in a motel swimming pool. On the surface all seems normal, but nothing is what it seems to be.


Summer Snapshot

DIRECTOR: IAN MCCLUSKEY
10 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 11:00am
Followed by Country Story

A group of friends in their 20s drive along winding forest roads, hike a secret trail, and spend a summer afternoon skinny-dipping, strumming guitars, and circling a campfire.

 

 


We’re Leaving

DIRECTOR: ZACHARY TREITZ
12 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 11:00am
Followed by Bad Fever

Rusty has to find a new place to live with his wife and his teenage American alligator, Chopper.


Pioneer

DIRECTOR: DAVID LOWERY
16 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 6:00pm
Followed by Press Pause Play


A father tells his son the most epic bedtime story ever.


Negativipeg

DIRECTOR: MATTHEW RANKING
15 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 8:05pm
Followed by Bellflower


Negativipeg tells the story of Rory Lepine, who shot to Herostratic fame in 1985 when he attacked Winnipeg rock legend Burton Cummings with a beer bottle in a North End 7-Eleven. Narrated by Lepine himself, the film meditates on this mysterious act of destruction and suggests that Winnipeg might have an attitude problem.

 

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