South Texas Underground Film is pleased to announce a few Features and Shorts Films selected to screen at the Art Center of Corpus Christi at the 2015 STUFF Film Festival taking place this November 30 - December 6, 2015 in Corpus Christi, Texas.
‘A Dozen Summers’ – Directed by Kenton Hall – UK/81mins
Maisie and Daisy McCormack are two ordinary twelve-year-old girls trying to make sense of life in the 21st century. Oh, and they've just hijacked a movie.
‘The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead & Roundhead’ – Directed by Elliot Cowan – USA/71 mins
When their home is destroyed, Boxhead & Roundhead must head to the big city to battle red tape, rent, rats and the rat race to get it back.
Art and industry, friendship and foul play are all in the mix in this, the most stressful adventure of all.
‘A Little Star’ – Directed by Svetlana Andrianova – Russian Federation/5:30 mins
Adventure of a little star on Christmas night.
‘Run’ – Directed by Taylor Mobley – USA/2:56 mins
After experiencing trauma, a boy struggles to escape as his world is corrupted and consumed.
‘Princess’ – Directed by Andre Quek – Singapore/7:07 mins
Lucas, an average Singaporean boy, tries to take matters under his control. Upon realizing that sincerity comes from the heart, he finally breaks the ice with his neighbour, Angie.
‘Bubble’ – Directed by Zig Lam Yee Shing/Quek Yulin/Korny Poh Ya Ching – Singapore/5:40 mins
A chance encounter of a girl and a cat in a small Southeast Asian village.
‘Tilley and the Moon’ – Directed by Jamie Brindle – USA/5:04 mins
Tilley and the Moon is a whimsical story of friendship between a boy and the Moon.
‘Paper World’ – Directed by Wojciech Ostrycharz – Poland/6:42 mins
It’s a beautiful journey through an innocent child imagination where everything is possible, the creativity has no limits and the freedom of creation is value itself. But as in almost every life story values change with the time passing by and it only depends on us which values will “blind” us. It's author's reflection about consumerism.
‘Presence’ – Directed by Geoffrey Norris – Canada/110 mins
Presence focuses on the contentious 45 year battle over the construction of a 2nd International Airport for Toronto that will destroy nearly 20,000 acres of the last best farmland in Canada. The film's director and narrator, Geoffrey Norris, investigates the Political & Economic connections surrounding the most corrupt company in Canadian history so as to uncover why his childhood home was demolished and discovers some startling revelations that span the globe.
More Feature and Short Film announcements coming soon.
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