Sun/ Oct 29/ 1:15 PM
Talking Horse Productions
It is rare that we have such a glimpse into the minds of adolescents. These eight short films were made by young women 18 years or
younger and although they are young, their subjects are often wise beyond their years. When given the tools, young people are capable
of creativity unmarred by age and that's what makes this one of our most anticipated programs.
Directed by Alice Liu
2016 / Canada / 5 mins.
A young girl has a chance encounter in a high school bathroom and is prompted to make a sudden rash decision.
Directed by Morgana McKenzie
2017 / Canada / 7 mins.
A malignant spirit forces a girl into a perilous journey through a watery underworld.
Directed by Caroline Smith
2017 / USA / 12 mins.
When a Union soldier deserts from war, he finds refuge with the wife of his dead comrade.
Directed by Katie Speare
2014 / USA / 1 min.
A film about society's pressure on women to alter their appearances.
WHERE WE AT
Directed by Uzzal Miah, Jailyn Zabala and Christine Pluviose
2016 / USA / 10 mins.
Two teenagers reflect on both their journey to finding themselves through art and performance.
FROM DOGS TO WOLVES
Directed by Azure Allen
2017 / USA / 10 mins.
This is the story of a young man struggling with the space between the domestic magic of childhood and the sometimes unbearable
wilderness of adulthood.
BLANCHE’S BICHON BUZZ
Directed by Isabella Caroline Sharp
2015 / USA / 2 mins.
A dog's gotta do what a dog's gotta doo-doo!
Directed by Wynter Rhys
2016 / USA / 6 mins.
A man’s hypothetical conversation that he plays out compulsively in his guilty mind.