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Sundance Shorts 2017

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Night Shift (Marshall Tyler, 2017). Photo: Estee Ochoa, courtesy of Sundance Institute
Come Swim (Kristen Stewart, 2017). Photo: John Guleserian, courtesy of Sundance Institute
Lucia, Before and After (Anu Valia, 2016). Photo: Charlotte Hornsby, courtesy of Sundance Institute
Pussy (Renata Gasiorowska, 2016). Image courtesy of Sundance Institute
Ten Meter Tower (Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson, 2016). Image courtesy of Sundance Institute
And The Whole Sky Fit In The Dead Cow's Eye (Francisca Alegría, 2016). Photo: Gonzalo Wolf, courtesy of Sundance Institute
5 Films About Technology (Peter Huang, 2016). Photo: Kat Webber, courtesy of Sundance Institute
Sundance Shorts 2017
Tue, Aug 29, 2017 7 PM

Catch seven films from the most recent Sundance Film Festival, widely considered the premier showcase for short films and the launching pad for many now-prominent filmmakers. Among the selections in the year’s diverse mix are Anu Valia’s Lucia, Before and After (Jury Award: US Fiction), Peter Huang’s 5 Films about Technology, Francisca Alegría’s And the Whole Sky Fit in the Dead Cow’s Eye (Jury Award: International Fiction), and actress Kristen Stewart’s first film as director, Come Swim. (program approx. 95 mins., DCP)

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